To round off the reports I've assembled pictures from around the show, nothing in particular, just a few things that caught my eye. The full size flypasts were a nice surprise, the Spitfire particularly so. We'll have more in a future RCM&E of course but in the meantime I'm already looking forward to next year.

The Scale competition area on Sunday morning.
Interesting to see that Li-Po's are used with free-flight models such as this.
The brushless motor is actually in the spinner on this free flight model!
Great Mate were displaying their handy and very versatile model stands.
Graham Dorschell (right) was displaying his new EDF delta design. He hopes to provide a semi-kit or plan in the new year, we'll bring news when we have it.
Plenty of boxes at the TJD Models stand.
Perhaps a caption competition for this photo?
The wonderful Spitfire on Saturday afternoon.
Retail burnout is a distinct possibility at the Nat's.
That's a real DC-3, a nice interlude on Sunday afternoon.
Tony Nijhuis prepares his Lancaster for a competitive flight at the scale line.

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