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About daz greenwood

  • Birthday 06/26/1971

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    Medway, Kent
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    Armour, photography (although not much good at it) Reading (biographies and military history) and visiting places of interest.

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  1. Very nice. Having Canadian heritage (on my Father's side) I will be building some Canadian themed stuff this year!
  2. And these are some of the references I'm using. DSC_3888_12213 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  3. Sorry I deleted them due to having reached my limit on Flickr. I'll re-upload them. DSC_3716_12061 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3717_12062 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3718_12063 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3719_12064 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr And I added a bandage to the head of the casualty. DSC_3877_12205 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  4. So been building this since November after mislaying parts and the box since moving of the previous build. DSC_3746_12086 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr The progress so far DSC_3878_12206 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr And the example it will be finished as using left over parts and decals from a Meng Panther. scan0001 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr I was invited over to a friends on Friday to play with his airbrush. So off I toddled. And this is the result (the hatches are just tacked in place). Not bad for a first try. DSC_3881_12209 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3880_12208 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr And the current state of progress on the Panther as of yesterday. DSC_3887_12212 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  5. I built this for a WW1 theme Group Build elsewhere. I really enjoyed this kit. The base is an old CD case. The figures came with the kit (I didn't use the Nurse or other casualty as saving them for the early version). DSC_3716_12061 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3717_12062 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3718_12063 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3719_12064 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3877_12205 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  6. Thank you. You would think the Lanc is one of my favourite airplanes. But it isn't despite my Grandfather crewing 'em. My favourite airplane is the Avro Shackleton, although not many books published about that old warhourse.
  7. NX611 at East Kirkby was not Canadian built (she was built by Austin Motors) and she has a Black cockpit up to the front of the main spar. As does PA474. Also the A.V.Roe Co Ltd camouflage drawing Z1723 of 31/3/41 specifies only that 'the interior of the bomb compartment, undercarriage compartment including doors and interior of wing flaps are to be painted Night'. As mentioned above the fuselage interior was green on early Lancs and then Night later on and this probably applied to turrets too.
  8. These were taken at the RAFM Hendon in January 2015. 32368196986_d56b0a71b0_b by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 32368196736_619a975c0e_b by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 31596459043_239f42eeb9_b by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 31565136664_0010588e6a_b by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr And an article on the Rose-Rice turret. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose_turret
  9. In 2015 I fulfilled a boyhood dream of visiting Lancs throughout the country (three of them in Bomber County of course). The Lanc means a lot to me as my late Grandfather was on Lancs during WW2 and Post-War with Coastal Command "The Kipper Fleet". Most of the pics in this walkaround are mainly of KB976 and NX611 with a few of PA474 Duxford's KB889 and Hendon's R5868. Now I've bored you all enough already so on to the pics. So first KB976 which was at the time in the RAF Scampton Heritage Centre. The fact that KB976 has Canadian heritage like me means even more to me (even more since I got aboard her) DSC_2316_1306_zpsuqurk4c8 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2327_1317_zpsgeaxarb8 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2324_1314_zpshcv2ohr9 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2325_1315_zpsimgtw5fq by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Trailing aerial fairing. DSC_2335_1325_zpsrvvmeplv by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Where my Grandfather would have sat when he crewed Lancs. DSC_2389_1379_zpsqsunkij8 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Navigator's station. DSC_2390_1380_zpsyxbw4flj by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 1524725_10152759328801640_7900873645193917727_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 11329743_10152759326641640_4240847877369593291_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 11350414_10152759329056640_937112618501248607_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Control column, with instrument panel behind. 11220852_10152759326456640_957163028751422760_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2391_1381_zpslarr4e3m by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2392_1382_zpsqqn53fgf by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 11224714_10152759326356640_3838960135855307849_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bombaimer's station. 11200576_10152759326526640_6974606603883469875_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr And living the dream. 11020803_866190816786419_6194112133332195278_n_zpstkq3fucd by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Now NX611 at East Kirkby. 11745817_901016826637151_8706309869620109252_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Lanc uc bay by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr H2S blister, with flare chute off centre 11745624_901014756637358_650247501708057393_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bomb bay. Bomb bay (2) by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 11742970_901016883303812_9001318960766726708_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 11742826_901016929970474_6986909566025842678_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bomb bay centre section. Bomb bay by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bomb bay rear. Bomb bay rear by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Radiator, and radiator flap. DSC_2110_1118_zpsovuv2cdy by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Starboard landing gear. Wheel by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Tailwheel. Tail wheel by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr "Just Jane" Nose (3) by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rear. Lanc tails by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Ice guard. Ice guards by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Port elevator. Elevators by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Starboard elevator. 11755928_901014703304030_1510963635373192847_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rudder linkage. Elevator controls by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Strike camera port. In here would have been an F.24 camera for post strike assessment. Camera port by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rudder balances. Balances by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr 11752022_901014816637352_3130620125160731375_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rear turret housing. And identification lights. 11755716_901014893304011_2323523142454529036_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rear turret. 11781732_901016639970503_6017149684894753138_n by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr R5686 at Hendon. 10999991_817880421617459_3183177911830925803_n_zpsqibbws8p by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bombsight. 11001855_817882668283901_7326247561348748367_n_zpseawtywgk by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rear turret. 10988514_817877568284411_310177330971174748_n_zpss0kmcdbo by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bombaimer's blister. 10959813_817880094950825_6638350259497621636_n_zpsttp0eahw by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Strike camera port. 10931149_817882628283905_2843690881791035674_n_zpsritozqd0 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Rear fuselage. 603875_817880304950804_2443230326259986724_n_zpshjjswezd by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr Bomb log and Goering quote. 10985913_817882768283891_884545196569890818_n_zpstqvi05p6 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr KB889 at Duxford. DSC_0918_01_zpsevfg6mos by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_0925_01_zpsyzbixf9g by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_0927_01_zpsikklst6u by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_0932_01_zpsv53gwgg5 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_0934_01_zpsrvglhbhj by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_0982_01_zpsaob7gefm by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_0984_01_zpsojdue9gv by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr PA474 at RAF Coningsby. DSC_2066_1079 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2069_1082 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_2077_1090 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  10. The motor is now complete. The Maybach HL230 P30 was a re-bored HL210 P30 to increase the displacement from 21,000cc to 23,000cc. During production of the HL230 the maximum rpm was reduced to 2500 by the factory. There were two versions of the HL230, the P30 as used in the Panther and King Tiger and Jagdtiger and the P45, as used in the Mid and Late Tiger's and the Sturmtiger. The only decals that come for the engine in the kit is the data plate on the engine at the front. The label for the air filter's came from my decal bank. DSC_3512_11874 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3513_11875 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  11. More Maybach motor work. DSC_3507_11870 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3510_11872 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3511_11873 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
  12. State of how the motor looks at the moment. DSC_3504_11867 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3505_11868 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr DSC_3506_11869 by Darren Greenwood, on Flickr
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