Show held yesterday 12/9 in the SWAM at St Athan. Apologies for the quality of pics, an aging phone camera, wobbly hands and some off lighting at times... A nice collection of different clubs and interests with numerous clubs and SIGs representing Armour, Aircraft (obviously) Ships (Static and mobile) Figures, RC(no armour😕), and at least 1 railway layout, all set amongst a nice collection of 1/1scale aircraft. Speaking to 1 of the organisers they were very happy with the footfall and look to make this an annual event. South Wales hasn't had a proper multi-interest model show in many years. Enough BS from me, onto the poor quality pics
The hangar looks like a collection of British aviation greats.
Models look fantastic too.
Yup Steve, Wingys aren't my "thing" but even I was in awe!
2 tornados ( 1 early test frame;1 GR model) folland Gnat ; 2 Strikemasters; Hunter T7; Dehaviland Vampire, Phantom, SHAR, Wessex , Seaking, Fairy Gannet (ASW- what a monster!) And a range of other transport types that escape me at the mo- Out in the backyard there's the forward parts (inc Wings) of a Shackleton MPA awaiting work- looks bloody amazing even as a partial wreck tbh.
Need to invest in a proper camera and skills to do stuff justice.
I’ve seen that monkey before!!!!! And how many moths can you get on one table. Is it in the Guinness book of world records.
The monkey was too subtle for ommost due to the viewing angle , but hey thats how it goes.
The disp[lay with the moths etc represents every aircraft type used by NAS/FAA and RFC/RAF from their inception. whilst there are some "duplications" of type there are no duplications of marks within type. Took the chap best part of four hours to set up
It was the only angle i could get picture wise and really doesnt do it justice tbf.