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Dauphin over Stourbridge (West Midlands)

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MRay
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Dauphin over Stourbridge (West Midlands)

Post by MRay » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:19 pm

Just had an 8flt Dauphin flyby and land somewhere in Brierley Hill, before departing again 10 mins later, heading back south.

Slim chance but any one with sbs pick anything up around 12:30 in the area?

Very unusual!
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Re: Dauphin over Stourbridge (West Midlands)

Post by sschofield » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:31 pm

One left Barton (Manchester) at 1205L, <may> have been the same one? Was believed to be heading South from here. No idea which one though I'm afraid.

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Re: Dauphin over Stourbridge (West Midlands)

Post by MRay » Fri Jan 20, 2017 2:38 pm

Hi Stuart, thanks, had seen your post on MSF. Wasn't sure of flight time from Barton to Stourbridge so maybe a separate frame - who knows!
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Re: Dauphin over Stourbridge (West Midlands)

Post by sschofield » Sun Jan 22, 2017 2:18 pm

Mark,

I would have thought that'd be about half an hour in a Dauphin (assuming a straight route with no deviations!)

cheers

Stuart

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