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Focke Wulf FW 190 (replica) Crash on final near Marlborough, UK

Old 12th Jul 2020, 20:14
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Focke Wulf FW 190 (replica) Crash on final near Marlborough, UK

We had the police and fire race past us then friends saw this in the field near Marlborough, Wiltshire - https://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/...crashed-field/
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Old 12th Jul 2020, 22:37
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Replica (50% scale), obviously.
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That was probably G-WULF, built by Mike Searle and I think owned by Alan Walker and Rod Dean for a while. This one was a much more recent build.
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Originally Posted by treadigraph
That was probably G-WULF, built by Mike Searle and I think owned by Alan Walker and Rod Dean for a while. This one was a much more recent build.
The accident aircraft appears to have been David Conway's WAR FW190 scale replica G-CCFW, based at Lower Upham Farm, Chiseldon, where the accident occurred:




https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/6678366
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I don't think such open symbolism would be allowed in Germany today.
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A really sad incident, but I'm happy to see the pilot is OK.
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A really sad incident, but I'm happy to see the pilot is OK.
I'm not so sure. He has a rather wooden expression on his face.
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I'm not so sure. He has a rather wooden expression on his face.
I don't think we've actually seen a post-accident photo of the pilot, but he probably wasn't very pleased.
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