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Thread: Beaunne motor museum, very eclectic mix!

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    I lived very near Wattisham (as the Lightning flies) from 1967 to 1974, and then lived a bit further away from 1974 to 1989.
    Lightnings were probably the first aircraft I saw.
    In that case you probably saw my FiL blatting about on Gladys the T120R several times He bought it in 1973 when stationed at Wattisham. She still lives in his garage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Dazzle View Post
    In that case you probably saw my FiL blatting about on Gladys the T120R several times He bought it in 1973 when stationed at Wattisham. She still lives in his garage.
    I was 6 in 1973, Lightnings were hard to miss, I didn't really notice motorbikes (we also lived up the end of a dead end lane on a caravan site, when I showed it to my children they thought it was some sort of hill billy shanty town)

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