Take Off! Vulcan Bomber xh558

Take off! xh558 departs Robin Hood Airport

Vulcan xh558 departed it’s new home at Doncaster’s Robin Hood Airport today to undertake a training and crew display currency flight.

The aircraft left the airport at around 1pm cheered on by hundred’s of onlookers who lined the perimeter of the airport and returned almost 2 hours later doing a ‘bump and run’ before landing.

Viewing gallery at Robin Hood Airport.

The aircraft has been on public display at the airport over the Easter weekend and will remain so until the 2nd May after the Vulcan team secured a viewing gallery within the terminal building at Robin Hood Airport.

Check out the Vulcan To The Sky website for more details.

Check out my web gallery for more images of today’s flight along with images taken over the last few weeks………….click here

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Gospel choir ‘brighten the morning’ for Yorkshire commuters!

Gospel singers, Souls to Prophecy ‘belt out’ classic hits by Van Halen and Take That at Sheffield railway station in an effort to boost the mood of the cities commuters.

According to new research commissioned by juice company Tropicana, 51 per cent of people in the country believe listening to music improves their state of mind and makes them happier in the morning.

The study also found that the top five songs to improve people’s mood were Take That’s recent hit Greatest Day, followed by Stairway to Heaven, Dancing Queen by Abba, Ce Ce Peniston’s Finally and Van Halen’s Jump. As a result, the singers chose to perform those top five songs during their early-morning performance.

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A month in pictures, March 2011!


A short slideshow of images made during March 2011.

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