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zhead240

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took place at the warplane museum at hamilton airport. it was the largest turnout ever for the event. i heard a rumor that the national z convention will be held outside toronto in 2016. i don't start rumors, i just repeat them.:)

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Wow! plainly with that amount of support and cars (and hence people), there should be LOTS of help putting on the 2016 convention, right? (he said from 3000 miles away...)

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For those of you who've never visited, the Hamilton Warbirds Museum is a beautifully-done, medium-scale WWII aircraft museum that holds, amongst other things, one of only two airworthy (and still flying) Avro Lancaster bombers still left in the world. The museum's B-25 (RCAF version) flies over my house most weekends during the summer... as does the Lancaster on special events like Remembrance Day in November. Both sound like airborne, multiple-locomotive freight trains (or the equivalent of about 1000 well-tuned Harleys running in a close pack). Many of the museum's aircraft (single and multi-engine) are available for back-seat guest hops. The museum's Lancaster was flown over to England about a week ago, to join the other still-flying Lanc for some special events.

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