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| A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed November 1, 2006:|
Very clear shot, good angle taken, showing clearly the various shapes of fuselarge, engines, tail unit, undercarriage and wing.
| A visitor from Australia posted Wed May 3, 2006:|
I was a member of 209 sqdn based at Seletar Singapore worked and flew many miles in Twin Pins.
Whilest sailing on my boat in the whitsundays I heard the noise of round enngines I had to look up and yes it was a Twin Pin. We came ashore at Shut Harbour and driving past the air port noticed that T P was on the ground so of course had to check it out.
We live in Mackay where once more the T P was on the ground. Do you know the history of the aircraft?