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Tim Cooper03/12/2018 22:30:55
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Wednesday on Channel 5, 9pm. HMS Belfast WE 2 Great Survivor.


Paul T04/12/2018 17:29:12
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Hi Tim

I don't know if this is true or just a popular myth but some or all of the main guns are supposedly targeted on South Mims service station.


Tim Cooper04/12/2018 18:01:57
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It says in the write up from my Sunday paper TV Guide that they do fire one of the guns! I assume with blanks!


Dave Milbourn04/12/2018 18:04:46
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I'd heard it's Scratchwood Services - or is that the same place? If so then they should be redirected towards Watford Gap SS - and fired!


Steve Walker 104/12/2018 19:07:47
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if this thread has changed to naval targets, I would be very grateful if they would just lob a few over Newington and the Thames into a rather large building on the north bank. I’m sure that would unite the country at this present time.

In keeping with the finest artillery tradition, someone could perhaps chalk on ‘Love from Nicola’. devil

Ray Wood 204/12/2018 19:41:00
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hms belfast 091115 095.jpgHi All unfortunately I don't think the guns will train that low, but well  worth a try hms belfast 091115 016.jpg

Edited By Ray Wood 2 on 04/12/2018 19:41:59

Kev.W04/12/2018 22:40:49
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The Belfast would need to lob her shells over the bend in the river, they would go south of the Shard & could indeed demolish the parliament buildings. wink

ashley needham05/12/2018 14:15:00
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Just use reduced charges devil Ashley

Tony Hadley08/12/2018 20:39:19
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If anyone builds plastic kits, Airfix are planning to re-introduce their 1:600 scale HMS Belfast kit. This release has been delayed a couple of times but is now planned for February 2019. They are re-releasing a number of kits from yesteryear.

There are other manufacturers offering HMS Belfast but I understand the Airfix one is quite an accurate kit.


Ray Wood 209/12/2018 22:09:28
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Hi All,

Very interesting history of the ship, must crack on with her build at 1/96th scale, 2 years ??

Regards Rayhms belfast 091115 013.jpg

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