SOME LINKS TO EXPLORE......
Ok, so this is a relic of the old days when everyone had a "links" page on their website, I make no excuses!
The Midland Air Museum (in Coventry UK, a brilliant small aviation museum).
The Airspeed Museum (The website has a great selection of aviation artifacts).
Air Britain (If you are in the UK and interested in aviation you owe it to yourself to join this organisation).
Harald Joergens Photography (Amazing 360 degree walkarounds of aircraft, including a Spitfire and Lancaster).
Naval Air History (the website of aviation historian Matt Willis).
UK Aircraft Serials Resource Centre (look up UK aircraft Serial numbers)
Newark Aviation Museum (A great day out)
Shuttleworth (like old aircraft? - you need to visit this place, or even better go to one of the flying displays)
Aviation History in Dayton Ohio (Links to lots of articles)
Trijet50 Online aviation bookshop, also sells aviation magazines and photographs.
My good friend Paul Thompson's World War I Modelling pages
Tornado Books and Hobbies. (an independent book and model shop in Birmingham UK city centre)
Springhill Models ( an old fashioned model shop in Penn, near Wolverhampton UK)
Mike's Models (model shop in Bearwood, Birmingham UK)
Ah, what memories of my days as an RAF Radar/Computer tech...
RAF Air Defence Radars
US Air Defence Radars
The RAF Air Defence Radar Museum, Neatishead.
The RAF Signals Museum, Henlow
RAF Ground Radar page index on the Blunham.com website
The Marconi Radar History Website
Staktrading (The best place in the UK Midlands to buy computer bits for home use. Over the years I have built and repaired many computers with parts purchased from here).