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Airship To Brentford - Saturday 14th October
05 September 2017 22:08 Post ID: #1551142 - in reply to #1549041
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Paris, I find it very sad that you have joined the Brylcreem Boys and forsaken our Maritime Heritage. I thought that the arrival in 'Pompey' of the 'QUEEN ELIZABETH' would have inspired you . Sad, oh so very sad
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06 September 2017 08:18 Post ID: #1551165 - in reply to #1551142
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obeney - 5/9/2017 22:08

Paris, I find it very sad that you have joined the Brylcreem Boys and forsaken our Maritime Heritage. I thought that the arrival in 'Pompey' of the 'QUEEN ELIZABETH' would have inspired you . Sad, oh so very sad :sadno:


Obes, there's few on here that have joined the Vaseline club let alone Brylcreem.
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06 September 2017 09:13 Post ID: #1551171 - in reply to #1551142
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obeney - 5/9/2017 22:08

Paris, I find it very sad that you have joined the Brylcreem Boys and forsaken our Maritime Heritage. I thought that the arrival in 'Pompey' of the 'QUEEN ELIZABETH' would have inspired you . Sad, oh so very sad :sadno:


Must admit, mate, it is an impressive Carrier - what a pity we have to wait another 25 years for the aircraft.

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06 September 2017 17:28 Post ID: #1551235 - in reply to #1549041
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Knocker's just arrived back from Toulouse.

If you're driving along The Westway, give him a wave.





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06 September 2017 18:12 Post ID: #1551241 - in reply to #1551235
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ParisWall - 6/9/2017 17:28

Knocker's just arrived back from Toulouse.

If you're driving along The Westway, give him a wave.




Making us a bit of an easy target, Paris....
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06 September 2017 18:42 Post ID: #1551243 - in reply to #1551241
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whiskylion - 6/9/2017 18:12

ParisWall - 6/9/2017 17:28

Knocker's just arrived back from Toulouse.

If you're driving along The Westway, give him a wave.




Making us a bit of an easy target, Paris....


That's the reason Knocker didn't include a RAF Roundel in the livery.

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06 September 2017 19:52 Post ID: #1551252 - in reply to #1549041
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Also, needs to be Navy blue. From a distance we'd look like Chelsea....
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06 September 2017 19:56 Post ID: #1551253 - in reply to #1549041
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someone hanging by the nuts, or is that the bomb
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06 September 2017 20:34 Post ID: #1551256 - in reply to #1551252
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whiskylion - 6/9/2017 19:52

Also, needs to be Navy blue. From a distance we'd look like Chelsea....


That's my Instagram filter - but I take your point.

All we need now is a plan to bomb Craven Cottage!



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07 September 2017 15:35 Post ID: #1551372 - in reply to #1549041
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Knocker has received his Flight Plan from NATS at Heathrow Airport.

Must admit, it’s not quite as straight forward as it first seemed.

One minor point is Knocker’s only experience of actually flying an aircraft is ‘Lock On: Modern Air Combat’ for PC.

NATS say the weather could be three hundred scattered, measured ceiling five hundred variable broken, one thousand one hundred overcast, visibility five, light rain, fog, smoke.. Ceiling ragged, variable four to six hundred .......... or, it could be sunny intervals with scattered showers.

Navigation and flight management systems need to be in place, including Automation autoflight.

Copy of The Plan:

KnockerAir 206, Heathrow Ground, clear Bermondsey, WOBUN 2F, squawk 4361.

KnockerAir 206, climb to altitude 600ft, pass 240ft, Old Kent Road 2F departure.

KnockerAir 206, holding point A4 Kew Gardens - 27R via J, B, L and A, QNH 1015 millibars.

KnockerAir 206 - turn left heading 310 degrees, descend to altitude zero ft.

No idea what a Squawk Code is.

Knocker wanted to keep the Radio tuned to Kiss FM, but NATS say keep the Channel open to ADS-B with dedicated 1090 MHz ADS-B ‘out’ and ‘in’ capability

His intention is to keep the Great Pagoda at Kew on the horizon - that way he reckons nothing can go wrong!


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07 September 2017 23:26 Post ID: #1551429 - in reply to #1549041
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Paris, don't you think the world has enough to worry about with that Luny in North Korea and his mate in Washington without the 'Wall putting the whole 'Shebang' in this country on f ull alert ? Mind you we probably don't have any Fighters working on Saturdays due to the |Overtime Costs.
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08 September 2017 08:28 Post ID: #1551443 - in reply to #1551429
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obeney - 7/9/2017 23:26

Paris, don't you think the world has enough to worry about with that Luny in North Korea and his mate in Washington without the 'Wall putting the whole 'Shebang' in this country on f ull alert ? Mind you we probably don't have any Fighters working on Saturdays due to the |Overtime Costs.



Admiral of The Fleet,

I appreciate your concerns, mate, but we are flying at a ceiling of 600 feet, so I doubt if will be mistaken for a MiG 21.

Our first objective is to fuck-up Fulham's match with Preston.

We intend to drop Dulux Sapphire Salute on the centre-circle and both goal-mouths.

How big were those Barrel Bombs they used in Syria?

I reckon we'll need 20 x 2.5 litre tins - so, if any of you lads work in Wicks, B&Q or similar and can get a bit of a discount; obviously, there would be a bit of a drink in it for you.

The trip is now SOLD OUT.



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08 September 2017 08:51 Post ID: #1551446 - in reply to #1549041
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Just seeking confirmation that there is a designated Codgers' Compartment within your jolly old balloon, Paris...
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08 September 2017 10:03 Post ID: #1551453 - in reply to #1551446
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whiskylion - 8/9/2017 08:51

Just seeking confirmation that there is a designated Codgers' Compartment within your jolly old balloon, Paris...


No, Whisky - the average age of the complement is 73, so we will all sit together.

Wee-bags will be issued by Mama at the bottom of the rope-ladder, before passengers climb aboard.

A Duty Free Bar will be available over Barnes. Beers and Selected Wines.

Dinner on the return journey will consist of:

STARTER
Seared fresh tuna tataki on dressed wakame salad served with jalapeño, ginger and coriander.

MAIN COURSE
Seared fillet of Herefordshire beef with truffle taglierini, rosemary jus, grilled asparagus and baby carrot
OR
Buttermilk­ marinated breast of corn­fed chicken with Taleggio­wrapped Parma ham, honey­glazed fig wedges, Mediterranean lentil salad and basil vinaigrette

DESSERTS
Nougat cream with mango gel and praline pearls
OR
Warm blackberry and vanilla clafoutis with sauce anglaise with Vanilla ice cream

CHEESE PLATE
SHROPSHIRE BLUE
A soft cheese with a sharp, strong flavour and a slightly tangy aroma of Kev's socks.
BARBER’S 1833 VINTAGE CHEDDAR
A creamy cheese with a distinct flavour and smooth finish. Made just after half past six.
NORMANDY BRIE
Not available, because it's French.

Fresh fruit

A selection of biscuits

Not bad for the price, I'm sure you'll agree


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08 September 2017 13:07 Post ID: #1551494 - in reply to #1549041
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This morning Knocker's been for the final fitting of his Airship Driver's Uniform.

Looks rather dashing, don't you think?





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08 September 2017 13:30 Post ID: #1551499 - in reply to #1551235
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ParisWall - 6/9/2017 17:28

Knocker's just arrived back from Toulouse.

If you're driving along The Westway, give him a wave.

Love it going Stealth for the surprise they will never see you coming in that
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08 September 2017 13:38 Post ID: #1551500 - in reply to #1551494
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ParisWall - 8/9/2017 13:07

This morning Knocker's been for the final fitting of his Airship Driver's Uniform.

Looks rather dashing, don't you think?

Looks good but i would lose the stone island badge on the arm they might not let him in the pub thinking his trouble you know what they are like
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