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23 thoughts on “Downloads

  1. Can wait to see a Mosquito back in the air, when i lived and worked in Hertfordshire i had an old mossie man working alongside me and he told me many a tale of his wartime work in repairing and servicing Mosquitos at both Hatfield and Salisbury Hall, he had many pictures of before and after repair of both battle and accident damaged machines as well as the time he flew to Libya in the bombbay to carry out repairs there, chaps name was Hugh C Hill, really enjoyed hearing first hand of the legendary capabilities of these aircraft and what was possible to repair due to the simple wood methodology.

    1. Hi Colin,

      Thanks for your message and support and apologies for the delay in replying. How wonderful to have had a first hand account and see original photos of the Mossie’s service life from someone who was there. Flying the Libya in the bomb-bay! That’s a long, uncomfortable ride…! And to think we complain about Ryanair these days!

      The TPM Team

  2. Are you considering a supporters club, like the Vulcan to the sky club ? Be nice to support in this way and receive club benefits ?

    1. Hi Ian, thanks for asking. Yes, we are definitely considering a club along the lines of VTTSC. We hope to have this up and running some time in the New Year, or at least by Spring. We will announce it when it is ready to go, so keep an eye out early next year. Thanks

        1. Do you follow us on Twitter or Facebook? We’ll be announcing it across social media and here on the website, so keep your eyes out for an announcement is the next few weeks. Many thanks.

  3. Very best Wishes for this project. Last time I saw a Mossie was at an Air Show in the 70’s – it was a BAE owned example as I recall. Sadly miss the existence of one or – dare I say it – 2 in the UK. I remember when very young seeing the Meterological Mossies high in the sky – I could just about hear them if nothing else noisy around me….

  4. I have just found your website. Fantastic news that after the sad incident of 1996 at Barton (I remember it well), we will once again have a Mosquito gracing the British skies again. Just so sad my father did not live to see it happen, he would have been so pleased.

  5. as from October 2012, with lots of hard work from Glynn Powell and his band of worker, the world DOES have an airworthy mossie, I was in NEW ZEALAND to see this wonderful event

    mark aka mossieman600

  6. I have just found your site great news about the Mosquito project,my stepfather who is 91 flew Mosquitos in Burma in 1945 with the Raf 110 Hyderabad squadron i keep him up to date with all aircraft news .We all live near Goodwood Airfield near Chichester it would be fantastic if one day a Mosquito could take part in the Revival festival.

  7. I have clicked delete by mistake, this has stopped me reciveing e-mails, can it be re-activated please.

    Thank You.

    Colin R. Matthews.

  8. Hello, my name is Colin Matthews, I have been a member of Vulcan XH558 and Sally “B” for 24 years. It would be so nice to see and hear a Mosquito in the Great British Airshow seen.

    Good Luck

  9. Well if we can get a Vulcan to fly again, i don’t see why a Mossie should not fly as well. Are you thinking of applying for a Lottery grant?

    Given the popularity of the “633 Squadron” film on TV i think there is every chance of public support succeeding,
    best wishes
    Ian Podmore
    warbird enthusiast

      1. Now there’s a question. A fair bit I should think…Sadly those were different times, when those aircraft were just seen as surplus to requirement. Our attitudes to conservation in general have come a long way since then. Thankfully.

  10. I teach aviation history at college and university in Toronto. As the Mosquito was built under licence in Canada, the story of the Mosquito is one of my most popular lectures.

    kind regards

    Keith Hyde
    aviation historian

    1. Hi Keith,

      Can I both suggest and recommend that you contact (my good friend) Richard de Boer President of The Clagary Mosquito Soceity as they are restoring a Mosquito “Spartan” Survey Aeroplane. Richard gives presentations and lectures on both the restoration project and on “F for Freddie” the Mosquito that visited Canada and tragically crashed at Calgary whilst displaying.

      Kind Regards

      David A Coeshall

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