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Where does the key go ??????????

By daviewat  
The meccano nuts and bolts ethics of a good old MOD piece of kit Smile


The cockpit of a Seaking helicopter operated by the Royal Navy Smile Its a real oil and grime envioroment in these beasts and they are extremely forgiving to fly, I had my last 1.5 years service with the RAF in the left seat of these beasts and it was fun Smile


A blend of 4 images and tone mapped to give that real hands on no glamour feel to the cockpit.

Tags: General Helicopter Specialist and abstract Navy Cockpit Search and rescue Seaking helicopter

Voters: petra16, Wooly, starliz and 16 more


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petra16 16 169 Scotland
29 Apr 2008 11:39AM
wow and yes where does the key go

Petra

ps Hows ya feelin pal
Wooly 16 112 4 England
29 Apr 2008 11:44AM
Impressive stuff Davie, flying one of these. Is that the an old 8 track in the middle. Wink

Alan
starliz 17 1.6k 3 England
29 Apr 2008 11:49AM
and I thought cleaning the keyboard was bad Smile wouldn`t want that lot.

must be pretty amazing flying one of these babies,effective shot.
kaybee 18 8.2k 27 Scotland
29 Apr 2008 1:30PM
HOW?
Come on....explain how flying this is as easy as driving a car?
29 Apr 2008 2:59PM
Nice image, well captured.

Dougie.
29 Apr 2008 3:45PM
So climbing in and out of this is what caused your knee problems the other night? I can't say I'm surprised in the least.
A different use for HDR, seems to have worked. One of theses dropped a Coast Guard winchman onto the back of the Stornoway/Ullapool ferry a few months back when I was on it. (the ferry that is).

You take care and take it easier.

All the very best
Dougie
RoddBC 16 40 United States
29 Apr 2008 4:00PM

Quote: One of theses dropped a Coast Guard winchman onto the back of the Stornoway/Ullapool ferry a few months back when I was on it. (the ferry that is).
All the very best
Dougie



That happened to me while on the same ferry many years ago! I love flying and helicopters so great shot Davie.

Take care.


Rodd
Ridgeway 15 222 2 Ireland
29 Apr 2008 4:36PM
Lovely shot,glad to see the bums dont suffer with the sheep skin covers,,Lol,,
daviewat 18 4.1k Scotland
29 Apr 2008 4:47PM
Cheers evryone much appreciated.


Dougie it was more the coming out mate that did the damage :-( but I really could not resist the lure of climbing back into the saddle for a moment as it were to bring all the wonderful memories i have and not so good ones as well !!!!!!!!!!!!!! back.


Roy it makes more sense to me than some of todays cars for sure Smile theres only 4 instruments you really need mate the rest are gauges and circuit breakers mate Smile
kaybee 18 8.2k 27 Scotland
29 Apr 2008 6:05PM
I still don't believe you .......... maybe after your knees have been done you can show me
User_Removed 18 17.9k 8 Norway
2 May 2008 8:24PM
LOL!!!!
uggyy 16 2.1k 9 Scotland
4 May 2008 2:20AM
just dont spill the coffee....
19 Dec 2008 1:29PM
well captured.

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