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Shropshire Model Show

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Shropshire Model Show
The Bulldogs annual 6 monthly pilgrimage to the RAF museum at Cosford for the Shropshire Model Show on the 10th April 2011, is always a welcome addition to the model show circuit.
The show was held in the three hangars and the National Cold War Exhibition, with traders, IPMS and SiG stands nestled around the exhibits.
The IPMS Kitmaker stand was under the (port) nose of the TSR 2, moving from the previous years location by the Gloster Meteor, which is a bit tucked away.
The Bulldogs in attendance and manning the stand were Luciano Satornetti, Andy Langridge, Andy Brazier, Derek Barton, Mal Mayfield, Keith Forsyth, Barry Hartley, and Paul Dobson.
Traders from all over the country attended, with kits from every genre available to buy.
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About the Author

About Luciano Satornetti (Littorio)
FROM: ENGLAND - SOUTH EAST, UNITED KINGDOM

Ok, firstly I build what ever takes my fancy however I mainly build 1/350 WWII era ships and any aircraft. However my favourite aircraft being the mighty Beaufighter, Sepecat Jaguar, Hawker Hunter, Fw-190 and the Su-27 family. I also like wheeled armour like the Stryker and Centauro I'm also into...


Comments

Another great report Luciano, nice one mate Another wonderful day out with the bulldogs
APR 15, 2011 - 11:49 PM
Thanks for posting Andy. I have another show report that I'll get to you next week for 'Welling Open Day' a must for figure modellers.
APR 19, 2011 - 03:37 AM