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Team Guinot, aerial acrobatics display team, at
an air show in Clacton-on-Sea flying Boeing
Stearmans. Now known as the Breitling
Wingwalkers, the Guinot team shared the flying
display day with the Red Arrows and a flypast of
several other types, including a B17 (if I
remember rightly) and a beautifully restored
Catalina, which constitutes another picture on
this website. I used to think that 'wing-walking'
actually meant folk wandering up and down the
wing whilst in flight, but I was very young at the
time! Despite living in the Gosport / Portsmouth
area just after the war, when the skies were still
full of Spitfires, Seafires, Gannets and loads of
other types, my Dad would still take me to any
available airshows - we never tired of the
spectacle. The best of course was the
Farnborough Show, but that was a rarer treat as
we didn't have a car at the time.
Team Guinot, aerial acrobatics display
team, at an air show in Clacton-on-Sea
flying Boeing Stearmans. Now known as
the Breitling Wingwalkers, the Guinot
team shared the flying display day with
the Red Arrows and a flypast of several
other types, including a B17 (if I remember
rightly) and a beautifully restored
Catalina, which constitutes another
picture on this website. I used to think that
'wing-walking' actually meant folk
wandering up and down the wing whilst in
flight, but I was very young at the time!
Despite living in the Gosport / Portsmouth
area just after the war, when the skies
were still full of Spitfires, Seafires, Gannets
and loads of other types, my Dad would
still take me to any available airshows - we
never tired of the spectacle. The best of
course was the Farnborough Show, but
that was a rarer treat as we didn't have a
car at the time.
Team Guinot, aerial acrobatics display team, at an
air show in Clacton-on-Sea flying Boeing Stearmans.
Now known as the Breitling Wingwalkers, the Guinot
team shared the flying display day with the Red
Arrows and a flypast of several other types,
including a B17 (if I remember rightly) and a
beautifully restored Catalina, which constitutes
another picture on this website. I used to think that
'wing-walking' actually meant folk wandering up and
down the wing whilst in flight, but I was very young
at the time! Despite living in the Gosport /
Portsmouth area just after the war, when the skies
were still full of Spitfires, Seafires, Gannets and loads
of other types, my Dad would still take me to any
available airshows - we never tired of the spectacle.
The best of course was the Farnborough Show, but
that was a rarer treat as we didn't have a car at the
time.

Guinot display

Team Guinot, aerial acrobatics display team, at an air show in Clacton-on-Sea flying Boeing Stearmans. Now known as the Breitling Wingwalkers, the Guinot team shared the flying display day with the Red Arrows and a flypast of several other types, including a B17 (if I remember rightly) and a beautifully restored Catalina, which constitutes another picture on this website. I used to think that 'wing-walking' actually meant folk wandering up and down the wing whilst in flight, but I was very young at the time! Despite living in the Gosport / Portsmouth area just after the war, when the skies were still full of Spitfires, Seafires, Gannets and loads of other types, my Dad would still take me to any available airshows - we never tired of the spectacle. The best of course was the Farnborough Show, but that was a rarer treat as we didn't have a car at the time.     
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