Neatishead, Pt-1 Radar Museum 13-10-18

A short weekend brake to Norfolk was is order, as the weather forecast was going to be in our favor. So the plan for the Saturday was to meet up with a friend, Malcolm and have a look at his display of Aircraft prints on Exhibition  to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Air Force, at the… Read More »

Another Morning At The Fence. 11-10-18

Last Thursday a small detour on the way to the coast for the weekend, destination Raf Lakenheath, Suffolk, be rude not to. Once again it was early doors, so I got  parked up and claimed my spot, mind you it was getting packed out when I turned up. The purpose of the visit was to photograph the… Read More »

Eagles On A Sunday Morning

The weekend saw a deployment of 18 F-15E Eagles from the 381st Fighter Sqd, 336th Fighter wing based at Mountain Home, Idaho, Bold Tigers  transiting through Raf Lakenheath on their way to the sandpit, Jordan. So it was early doors on the Sunday to see and photograph the second wave take to the skies and… Read More »

Jetfest 18 28-9-18

With the airshow season rapidly coming to the end its time to look at  alternative places, events to visit during the rest of the year. With the announcement that a small gathering of early 70s jets that are on the civil register, organizer’s at North Weald got together and organized JetFest 2018. So it was left… Read More »

A Morning At Filey.

This was our final day in Yorkshire before heading back South to home the next morning. A morning visit to the  seaside town of Filey, which happened to be 25 mins  away from base. Filey is a small seaside town and civil parish in North Yorkshire, Historically part of the East Riding of Yorkshire. Arrived… Read More »

Flamborough Pt.-2

So it was the short drive past base camp to another  part of the Flamborough  cliff faces, this time it was the North landing. Once arrived the weather was getting worse, so had to wait in the car for a while before venturing  out to have a look. Once out I took a look over the… Read More »

Flamborough Head Pt-1

Decided to split this blog into two parts, as there were two different sites within that area to cover. Flamborough head is 8 miles long on the east Coast of Yorkshire between Filey and Bridlington bays of the North Sea It has a chalk headland, with sheer white cliffs. It has two  standing Lighthouse towers,… Read More »

Breezy Bridlington.

We decided to stay local , and take in what was on offer to us, this time it was a short drive to Bridlington. Bridlington is a coastal port town and civil parish on the Holderness coast of the North sea, situated in the unitary authority and ceremonial county of  East Riding, Yorkshire. Arrived shortly… Read More »

Robin Hood’s Bay.

After leaving Whitby mid afternoon and making our way back to base camp, a quick diversion on route to the 3rd place in one day, Robin Hood’s Bay, a short distance from Whitby. Robin Hood’s Bay is a small fishing village and a bay within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park , five miles south of… Read More »

Whitby Views

A short drive from Goathland to Whitby for lunch , this is part 2  of my three places in one day. Whitby is a seaside town, port and civil parish in the borough of Scarborough and part of the North Yorkshire Moors. Arrived and parked up for a short stay and  take in a traditional… Read More »