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Picture of the De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II aircraft

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G-ANFM (cn 83604) This Tiger is seen queuing for takeoff at the end of the excellent Great Vintage Flying Weekend whilst G-EMSY departs in the background. Built in 1941 by Morris Motors, it originally had the military serial T5888 and was transferred to the civil register in 1953. It is now owned by Arthur Coker, Leonard Mitton and Nigel Lemon. (400D, Sigma 80-400 & fluid-head tripod)
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A visitor from United Kingdom posted Fri June 6, 2008:
This very craft was also seen in the "live" scenes of 'The Thunderbirds 6' movie in a different livery.