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511Flyer wrote: 14 Nov 2021, 15:10 I've never heard of an aircraft called Alice.

Alice? Alice? Who the f**k is Alice?
Sorry but couldn't resist 😂
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Springs :dunno:
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Let's see...Lewis Carroll, so Alice in Wonderland. The Cheshire cat, so therefore Leonard Cheshire...that's it! Number 2 is the little-known Avro Lancaster.
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Paul K wrote: 14 Nov 2021, 22:31 Let's see...Lewis Carroll, so Alice in Wonderland. The Cheshire cat, so therefore Leonard Cheshire...that's it! Number 2 is the little-known Avro Lancaster.
:shhh: You're supposed to pm the answer to Mike. ;)

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Oh bugger. :doh:
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:lol: :lol: :lol:
OK, sudden move, I'll draw a line under 11-11.
11-11 :doh:
5/6 was a Whitley, as the following Members knew:
PeteP, Keith (Dev One), PaulK, Mick (woody901), Joe (blanston12), Pete (Motormouse), Den (511Flyer), Ben (TSR2), Brian (spot), Chris (chrispbits), AllanL, Dale (Vc Ten).
I can't give you a better picture than already posted, as I did nothing to the published two, from a wartime article on a "Visit to a heavy bomber base."
With sincere thanks, your badges, gentlemen:
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15-11
Keith's pick; could be a BABY Lancaster :dunno:
Usual PM answers ONLY please, yes you already know, but we MAY get a new player.
Mrs Airspeed says I'm misleading you with Lewis Carroll. "They'll be expecting it to be from Alice in Wonderland" quod She.
I think it just sounds like a mythical creature that he may have dreamed up after some imagination-enhancing product consumption.
Whatever, see how you go:
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:doh: Shame on you Mike for leading us down the rabbit hole with your Lewis Carroll clue. Mrs. Airspeed was correct! :lol: :lol: ;)

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Ditto, but I do recognise this one.
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Dev One wrote: 15 Nov 2021, 14:56 Ditto, but I do recognise this one.
Keith
Likewise, I've seen this before, but can't remember it's name. I'm out of this one

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