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More VC10 bits for East Midlands Aeropark

XV108 Facebook site, November 2016

At the end of November a lorry delivered a complete left-hand engine nacelle and a Rolls Royce Conway engine to the East Midlands Aeropark for display next to XV108's forward fuselage. The team quickly got started with some restoration work on the nacelle and the Conway will also receive some TLC in due course. The plan is to get the nacelle back in original 10 Squadron colours with the registration XV108 on it.

XV108 itself has not been forgotten in the meantime. Lighting has been installed in the cabin roof with work started on the sidewall cove lighting. The flightdeck flood lighting is working and on the outside the team is re-wiring taxi lights and anti-collision lights so that these can be shown in working order, without blinding all the visitors.

Book signing at Brooklands Museum

ZA150 Facebook site, November 2016

With apologies for the late announcement, author Keith Wilson will be signing copies of his Haynes VC10 manual at the Brooklands Museum on Sunday 20th November from 11:30am.

Haynes Manual about the VC10 has been released

Haynes Publishing, 6 October 2016

Earlier this year news emerged that a new Haynes manual was being written about the VC10 by air-to-air photographer and aviation journalist Keith Wilson. After an initial planned release date in June that had to be postponed (as Keith was determined to make the book even better than it already was), the first copies have now reached UK shores and have been on sale since October 6th. Orders can be placed through Amazon, Haynes Publishing through the link above, or via your favourite bookseller of course.

Click here for a full review of this book. And read on for the press release:

The front cover of the new Haynes manual.

Sky is the limit for new Vickers/BAC VC10 manual from Haynes

New Haynes manual takes in-depth look at British aircraft that served in both civil and military roles

30 September 2016: The Vickers/BAC VC10 was arguably one of the most versatile aircraft in aviation history, having served as an iconic commercial airliner before entering a long-standing and varied military service.

Now a new title from Haynes, the Vickers/BAC VC10 Owners’ Workshop Manual, provides enthusiasts and historians with the most-up-to-date account of the VC10 yet published, covering its full service history until its retirement from RAF duty in 2013 and its subsequent restoration.

Designed in the 1950s to operate on the long-distance ‘Empire’ routes, the four-jet Vickers VC10 saw service with the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) and a number of other airlines from the 1960s until 1981. It also enjoyed a further career with the RAF as a strategic transport before later being modified as an aerial refueling aircraft.

Authored by air-to-air photographer and aerospace journalist Keith Wilson, the manual examines the design, construction, maintenance and use of the all-British aircraft. The latter is told through a series of personal accounts from the viewpoint of aircrew and ground engineers in both civil and military service. This includes first-hand commentaries of flying the VC10 in military air-to-air refueling sorties, putting the reader in the pilot’s seat.

The manual is lavishly illustrated throughout, including air-to-air photography and detailed 'under the skin' colour photography of an engine change on RAF VC10 C1K tanker (XR808), along with maintenance on former RAF VC10 K.3 (ZA147) and K.4 (ZD241) tanker aircraft still ‘running’ under preservation. Also included are a series of technical drawings and cutaways of the aircraft and its key features, in Haynes’s inimitable style.

The specific roles the VC10 held while in military service are examined in the manual with the help of Government material, some of which has been published for the very first time having been obtained under the Freedom of Information Act. This includes roles that were not ultimately fulfilled, but which nonetheless demonstrated the significant versatility of the aircraft.

As author Keith Wilson explains: “In addition to its refueling and transport functions, one of the lesser known military roles conducted by the VC10 was the ‘sniffer’ role, which saw it fitted with nuclear debris sensors in the place of its refueling pods. The VC10 carried out this role in a number of areas but especially when it was flown close to North Korea after it had reportedly conducted nuclear tests in 2006. Here, it played a critical role in assessing the size of the actual blast carried out.

“The RAF had much earlier planned a ‘poffler’ role for the VC10, which would have seen it armed with between four and six air launch ballistic missiles on wing-mounted pods, ready to take aim at Soviet targets at a moment’s notice. However the failure of tests for the US Skybolt ballistic missile programme meant the plans for an armed VC10 never came to fruition. The failure of Skybolt led to a major diplomatic row between the UK and the US; the US later providing the UK with Trident submarine technology.”

Keith continues: “The aircraft was both an elegant commercial airliner as well as a dependable and versatile military machine, which made it one of the last great feats of all-British engineering. Two VC10 models still remain in fully taxiable condition; one at Bruntingthorpe in Leicestershire and the other at Dunsfold in Surrey. I’ve been lucky enough to have had exclusive access to them in writing this new Haynes manual, which is the most comprehensive account of the VC10’s role to date.”

About the author

Keith Wilson is an air-to-air photographer and aerospace journalist who has written numerous titles including the Avro Shackleton Owners Workshop Manual (2015) and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Operations Manual (2015) for Haynes as well as Red Arrows in Camera (2012) and RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight in Camera (2013). He lives in Cambridgeshire.


XV106 nose installed at Avro Heritage museum

Facebook, 8th September 2016

On Thursday 8th September the nose section of VC10 C1K XV106 was moved from Bruntingthorpe to the Avro Heritage Museum at Woodford and installed on a purpose-built cradle. See the museum's Facebook page through the link above for photos of the move. On the same day the nose of Nimrod XV235 also made its journey from Scampton to the museum. Both cockpit sections will be open to visitors on dedicated days throughout the year.

ZA150 highlights at Wings & Wheels 2016

Brooklands Museum, August 2016

The weekend of 27th and 28th August featured not just one but two VC10 taxi runs of course. One of these I announced below, but at the 2016 Wings & Wheels show at Dunsfold Aerodrome ZA150 was also given the opportunity to stretch its legs and exercise its Conways on the Sunday morning. After a pushback onto runway 25 the VC10 K3 accelerated away with a satisfying Conway roar, returning in the opposite direction after a quick check of the tyres and a bit of musical chairs on the flight deck. The video below shows the whole performance from several angles, including a chase car. There are more photos on ZA150's own page.

ZA150 parked on the Dunsfold flightline.
Photo B. Cooper

The crew opened up the nose radome to show the weather radar inside.
Photo I. Tovey

A lot of people got the opportunity to visit ZA150 during the weekend.
Photo I. Tovey

Video courtesy of Andy's Video

Taxi run coming up at Bruntingthorpe

Bruntingthorpe Aviation website, August 2016

On Sunday 28th August Bruntingthorpe Airfield will once again host the Cold War Jets open day. This should include a taxi run by resident VC10 ZD241 as well as Lightnings, Canberra and many other aircraft. See the poster or the website linked to above for more details. The team is also planning to open up the VC10 for visitors, subject to this fitting in the day's schedule.

ZA149 installed at Al Mahatta museum

June 2016

The ship that carried ZA149's front fuselage to the UAE docked at Khor Fakkan on 30th April and within the next 24 hours a lot of containers and one bit of VC10 were unloaded. After being placed on a truck and covered with a tarpaulin the VC10 set off again on a road trip to Sharjah. At the museum site the fuselage section has been mounted in place against the outer wall of the museum. To accommodate this new exhibit at the museum a section of wall has been removed and a new custom window fits around the VC10 fuselage. Inside the building a staircase and walkway leads to the rear of the fuselage section so that visitors can enter the inside of the aircraft. Martin Slater has spent several days at the museum to get everything installed and connected. When he left only the Heron needed to be moved into the corner and the information boards mounted against the walls. Apart from that ZA149, ex 5X-UVJ, has safely arrived at its new home.

More photos are on the page about 5X-UVJ / ZA149. With thanks to Martin Slater who took all these photos and shared his experiences in getting the fuselage section to the museum and installed.

ZA149 being unloaded at the Khor Fakkan port.
Photo M. Slater

The front fuselage installed against the outer wall of the museum.
Photo M. Slater

Taxi runs coming up at both Dunsfold and Bruntingthorpe

Brooklands Museum & Bruntingthorpe, May 2016

There are two VC10 related events planned for the upcoming weekends. On 29th May Bruntingthorpe will hosts its Cold War Jets day during which ZD241 will take to the runway again. If you have served with the RAF you might also be interested in the 10/101 Squadron reunion event that will take place after the CWJ day, for details of this have a look at the Facebook page for ZD241 (I hope the link works, I don't always get Facebook links to work).

On June 4th there will be an open day for ZA150 at Dunsfold during which the aircraft will perform a taxi run on the runway and will be open to visitors afterwards. Tickets for this event are limited in number and can be obtained through the Brooklands Museum link above.

New VC10 K3 model kit available

Roden, May 2016

Earlier this year Roden released two new 1:144 scale model kits that allows you to build either a BOAC or EAA Super VC10. They have now also released a kit that will enable you to build a K3 tanker. The parts for this had already been spotted in the civil kits so the adventurous may already have used this to build a tanker, but now the kit also includes decals to build a model of ZA149 in one of two possible colour schemes. If you are interested, ask your supplier to order kit #327. I expect this kit to become available in specialised stores soon.

5X-UVJ/ZA149 is on its way to Sharjah

Bruntingthorpe, April 2016

On 23rd March the forward fuselage of ex-EAA Super VC10 5X-UVJ, later K3 ZA149, left Bruntingthorpe on the back of a trailer, headed for the United Arab Emirates. Over a period of almost two years the forward fuselage section of this aircraft has been repainted into a Gulf Air 'Golden Falcon' colour scheme and modified inside to serve as a display commemorating the five Standard VC10s that flew for Gulf Air between 1974 and 1978. The forward fuselage section will be mounted against the outside of the building, standing on two supports and its own nosewheel, and will be accessible from inside the building. For an impression of the inside once the display boards are finished, have a look at Jem Shaw's blog about his design.

The journey that ZA149 set off on is a long one. From Bruntingthorpe the trailer moved it to Southampton harbour where it was loaded inside the containership Marco Polo. This ship set off from Southampton on 6th April and is currently in the Mediterranean on its way to the Suez canal. Around 29th April it will dock at Khor Fakkan, which is a deep water port on the Eastern side of the UAE, and ZA149 will be moved by road across the UAE to Sharjah.

The end result of a long conversion process.
Photo J. Hieminga

The front fuselage loaded ready for the trip to Southampton.
Photo M. Slater

After a slight change to the loading arrangement (the radome had to go inside to fit on the pallet) ZA149 is ready to be loaded inside the vessel.
Photo M. Slater

Haynes Manual on VC10 due out in June 2016, March 2016

The front cover of the new Haynes manual.

A few weeks ago news emerged that a new Haynes manual was being written with the VC10 as the subject. Today the front cover has been shown on the Amazon page for the first time. The Haynes manuals are well known to everyone who has ever maintained their own car, but over the past years they have branched off into different directions, producing manuals on subjects as diverse as the Avro Vulcan, London Heathrow Airport and Star Trek's Enterprise. Author for this volume is Keith Wilson who has also produced the well-received manuals about the Shackleton and the BBMF operations manual in the same series. Going by previous issues, this book is sure to include many photos, for which, amongst others, XR808 and ZA147 at Bruntingthorpe have posed as the main subjects. The book is due out in June of this year but the above link to Amazon will allow you to pre-order your copy.

XV106 cockpit moving to Woodford

Facebook, January 2016

When XV106 was scrapped in August 2013 the front fuselage was set aside and recently the Avro Heritage Museum announced that they will take delivery of this VC10 cockpit for display at Woodford. On a long term loan from GJD Services, this cockpit section will join resident Vulcan XM603 and a Vulcan cockpit section and will become available for cockpit tours. Woodford became the design authority for the VC10 after Weybridge closed and for many years supported the RAF's VC10s.

The front fuselage of XV106 at Bruntingthorpe in 2013.
Photo J. Hieminga

New 1:200 scale models

SMTS Models, January 2016

The Hastings based company SMTS models will be creating some new 1:200 VC10 models based on the tooling from Skyline and other sources. Have a look on the models page for some more details, I hope to be able to add some photos to that page soon.

Gwyn Mullet 1946 - 2015

PPRuNe, December 2015

Photo J. Hieminga

I only found out this weekend that Gwyn Mullet passed away in his sleep on 23 June 2015. After his fourth retirement in 2010 Gwyn settled down in Berlin with his wife Johanna and put pen to paper to record the ups and downs of his flying and personal life. This led to two books of which part one covers his early years, flying training and early BOAC/BA career on the VC10 and 747. Part two chronicles the rest of his BA career on the 737 and 747 and he had a part three in the planning to explain how he managed to retire three more times after the first such occasion from BA in 2001.

In his books he did not spare himself, he was brutally honest about the adventures he found himself in and the results on his personal life. This honesty is coupled with a good sense of humour which undoubtedly helped him through some darker times. The end result of this are two very readable books that provide an insight into the life and loves of an airline pilot who flew for a mainline airline for over 30 years. He was kind enough to share some of his stories for use on my site and if you want a taster, please do have a look at The Atlantic Dash and African Fruitbaskets. He was a great storyteller and a true gentleman. I'll shamelessly plug his books one more time.

Click the image below for part 1.

Click the image below for part 2.

10 Squadron - A Centennial History

10 Squadron Association - November 2015

On 1st January 2015 10 Squadron celebrated its 100th anniversary. This RAF Squadron has been active in both World Wars, initially in spotting and bombing roles and later as part of Bomber Command. Its post WWII history includes periods with both Transport Command and Bomber Command but the squadron is of course very much linked to the VC10 through its 39-year association with this iconic type. To commemorate the squadron's centennial, 10 Squadron Association historians Ian McMillan and Richard King have produced a book chronicling the century-long history of 10 Squadron. This book will be available soon through the association (you do not need to be a member) and ordering details are on their website (click on this link). For £25 (+ £5 p&p for the UK) you will receive a 344 page illustrated tome featuring a VC10 painting by Mandy Shepherd on the cover.

The front...

...and rear cover of the new book about 10 Squadron.

Rebuild of XR808 has been completed at RAF Museum

RAF Museum website, November 2015

The RAF Museum has announced that VC10 C1K XR808, also known as 'Bob', is now complete, parked in her display spot and on public display. This completes an eight month process of careful dismantling, some 'interesting' road moves with the fuselage and wings being the most tricky ones, and a meticulous reassembly. Having XR808 safe and complete in her new home would not have been possible without all the hard work by GJD Services, supported by the transportation, haulage and crane companies (Cook Transport being one), BAE Systems Heritage and the RAF Charitable Trust.

At the museum XR808 is parked next to Lockheed C-130K Mk.3 XV202. In this position the aircraft will also be used as a 'living classroom' to support the RAF Charitable Trust's aim to inspire and encourage young people to consider a career in aviation and learn about the technology. The spacious interior is very much suited to this new task, even though it will be a new one after so many years of carrying people (including VIPs) and cargo. The strengthened floor of a VC10 C1 can carry almost anything!

The interior of XR808 as it was in 2013
Photo J. Hieminga

XR808 in its new parking position at the RAF Museum Cosford
Photo Crown Copyright / RAF Museum

XR808 moved to new parking place and nearing completion

GJD services/XR808 Facebook page, October 2015

The work on rebuilding XR808 after its journey from Bruntingthorpe to RAF Cosford is nearing completion. On Friday 16th October the airframe has been moved to a new position on the museum site, next to the resident Hercules, where it will remain on display. Having reinstalled the lefthand outboard wing panel and the engines last week, the team will now just have the righthand wing panel as the final large bit that needs reattaching. After that the refuelling pods will go back on and the visiting public will no longer be able to tell that this particular aircraft once resembled a large Airfix kit. See the Facebook page linked to above, or the one for this site, for photos.

SGT Thomas Mottershead VC DCM Statue Appeal

Appeal website, September 2015

A charity appeal has been launched to raise funds for a statue of SGT Thomas Mottershead VC DCM in his home town, Widnes. Thomas Mottershead was the only non-commissioned Royal Flying Corps pilot to be awarded the Victoria Cross and for 44 years the scroll with his name flew on XV106, and later on XR808. Please visit the appeal website to see how you can help: the SGT Thomas Mottershead VC DCM Statue Appeal.

Image copyright R. Collins / Mottershead Statue appeal

Partial repaint for G-ASGC at Duxford

Key Publishing forums, September 2015

Duxford based Super VC10 G-ASGC was recently spotted with scaffolding surrounding the fuselage. The last time work was carried out on the outside of the VC10 was in 2011, the aircraft received some minor touching up to her BOAC paintscheme before starring in a British Airways commercial, this time the fuselage top will be repainted.

Photos D. Whitworth

ZA150's public debut, September 2015

At the Wings & Wheels event on 30th August 2015, Brooklands Museum owned ZA150 made its public debut, performing a taxi run up and down the Dunsfold runway where it performed its last landing almost two years ago. There was some competition on the day, with ZD241 also running at the Cold War Jets day at Bruntingthorpe. Those who came to Dunsfold were treated to a wonderful show with both cars and aircraft performing at the two day event. If you weren't able to be there, the next best thing is the following video which was produced by Andy Lambert using several camera's in the aircraft and on a chase vehicle. Do visit his Youtube Channel for more great videos! Make sure to switch to full screen and choose the HD version, the footage was shot in 4K quality.

Video courtesy of Andy's Video

Upcoming taxi runs next weekend

Brooklands Museum & Bruntingthorpe, August 2015

This next weekend will see two VC10s performing taxi runs on the same day, subject to serviceability of course.

Dunsfold-based ZA150 carried out a practice run on 18th August to show the show organisers that both the aircraft and team were ready for their public debut. Both passed with flying colours. The Wings & Wheels show is a two day event on 29th and 30 August but the VC10 will only run on the Sunday morning around 9:30am. The aircraft will be open to the public on both days, for an extra charge which will go towards the maintenance and upkeep of the aircraft. For more info about the show:

Bruntingthorpe-based K4 ZD241 will close the show on the second Cold War Jets day of 2015 on 30th August. Having performed several times at this event, no doubt the last run of the day will be as impressive as earlier efforts. Most likely the VC10 will run around 15:30 or 15:45 but the exact schedule has not been published yet. More info can be found here:

The sad events at Shoreham last weekend have certainly made everyone aware once again of the risks that are involved in aviation. I think that this next weekend will enable us to do two things at once: spare a moment for those who lost their lives at Shoreham or are still fighting for their life, and at the same time enjoy a day out looking at and listening to some of the great designs that aviation has produced over the years.

New decal sheet now available

RAM Models, August 2015

As announced in April, a new decalsheet for 1/144 scale models featuring the four special tails that were carried by VC10s has been released. There has been a small delay but the end result is now available through the link above. These are high quality waterslide decals and the attention to detail is amazing. Every small marking on the aircraft is faithfully reproduced and there are four very extensive instruction sheets included, one for every scheme.

Photo J. Hieminga, decals kindly provided by RAM Models

ZA148 moved to new parking place at Newquay

Newquay, 10th July 2015

After the Classic Air Force pulled out of the Newquay facility, the word emerged pretty soon that a new museum would be set up to maintain the collection of aircraft at the base. With a Varsity, Canberra, BAC 1-11, Harrier, Sea Devon, Lightning, two Hunters and some other stuff the collection is well worth preserving and then of course there is the VC10 K3 ZA148 as the star of the new museum. On 10th July the VC10 and 1-11 were moved to the new location of the museum, next to Hardened Aircraft Shelter (HAS) 3 which will house the main part of the collection. The VC10 will remain outside at the new location but now that at least one major shareholder has stepped in to secure the future of the aircraft, we can breathe a little easier. For photos of the move, see this page on the website's forum.

Trial Taxi Run for ZA150

Dunsfold, 7th July 2015

ZA150 has not been very active since its retirement but that doesn't mean that nothing is happening at Dunsfold. ZA150 is still very much a live airframe, never having been decommisioned like the other VC10s. It is maintained in this condition by a dedicated team and the culmination of their work was this trial taxi run down the Dunsfold runway on 7th July 2015.

Video M. Chaplin

ZA149 to move to Sharjah in Gulf Air colours

Bruntingthorpe, 27th June 2015

The front fuselage of ex-EAA 5X-UVJ, now ZA149, is still at Bruntingthorpe and is being repainted before moving to the United Arab Emirates. It is due to be shipped to Sharjah which means that it will most likely take up residence in the Al Mahatta Museum which is a small aviation museum. It celebrates the history of flight in the UAE region and hosts a small collection of aircraft types that have flown for Gulf Air, including an Anson, a deHavilland Dove and Heron, a C-47 and the front fuselage of a deHavilland Comet. ZA149 will represent the five Standard VC10s that spent three intensive years flying from the Gulf region. The colours chosen are those of the 'Golden Falcon' scheme that was carried by A4O-VI and A4O-VL, and which continued to adorn the later Gulf Air fleet until 2003. The interior is being refurbished to represent a typical civil VC10 interior.

Photos J. Hieminga

XR808 'Bob' has moved to RAF Cosford

XR808 Facebook page, RAF Museum, 21 June 2015

During the past week the final major parts were unbolted from XR808 and loaded onto trailers. The forward fuselage, the largest part of this VC10 after its careful dismantling, started the journey to RAF Cosford today. The 93 ft long section was loaded on a special trailer from Cook Transport and traveled at a gentle pace from the Leicestershire airfield which has been its temporary home since July 2013. After a long journey the transport reached the airfield, having negotiated the M69, M54, some less roomy streets in and around Shifnal and a fairly low railway bridge. The inner wings made the same journey on Sunday 28th June and were reattached to the fuselage. Several more loads are needed before 'Bob' is complete again but some major hurdles have been taken.

Images RAF Museum

Cold War Jets Day 24 May 2015

Bruntingthorpe Aviation, May 2015

The next Cold War Jets day at Bruntingthorpe is coming up on 24th May. Details are available through the link above or on the poster below. Along with the other types, VC10 ZD241 will once again fire up to roar down the runway. Make sure to visit ZD241 on this day as new merchandise will be available to support this VC10!

New Decal Sheets from RAM Models

RAM Models, April 2015

UK company RAM models have just released a new decal sheet that includes the four special schemes that were carried by the RAF VC10s. It is meant to be used with the 1/144 Airfix kit which originally builds a K2 tanker. The four special schemes are:

  • XV104, 40 Years of RAF Service. 101 Squadron. RAF Brize Norton 2006.
  • XV102, Celebrating 1000 Years of Oxfordshire. 101 Squadron. RAF Brize Norton 2007.
  • XV105, 90th Anniversary of 101 Squadron. RAF Brize Norton 2008. 
  • XR808, 95th Anniversary of 101 Squadron. RAF Brize Norton 2012. 

There may be more in store from this company as they recently announced having purchased all the tooling from the Airways Vacform kits range, which includes a 1/72 VC10 model. Keep an eye on their website linked to above or their Facebook page.

CAF Newquay facility to close

Classic Air Force Live, March 2015

In 2013 the Classic Air Force was the first to offer a home to one of the VC10 K3 tankers when they took on ZA148 and offered it a home at their new base at Newquay in Cornwall. In April 2014 the old Air Atlantique home at Coventry airport, the original home of the organisation, once again opened to visitors and today the announcement was made that the organisation will not be able to support two locations which means that the Newquay facility will soon close, only two years after its opening.

Initial responses to the Facebook announcements are understandably heated but when reading through the responses from the Newquay team, there is also an underlying reassurance that there is a plan in place. The team has mentioned that the aircraft which are not flyable will be well dealt with. Next to VC10 K3 ZA148 the airport is now also home to ZH763, the last BAC 1-11 to fly in the UK, an airframe which is still pretty close to its previous airworthy state although the last engine run was not as successfull as hoped. The smaller static airframes are obviously able to be moved by road but the VC10, 1-11 and perhaps also the Vickers Varsity and Canberra may face a different future.

Time will tell what will happen but it makes the advertisement on the back cover of the VC10 special magazine from Key (a large photo of ZA148 with 'come visit us') somewhat poignant.

Key publishing VC10 special now out

Key publishing website, February 2015

Author Stephen Skinner, who has published books about the 1-11, BAC and Wisley airfield amongst others, has created a magazine special about the VC10. Key publishing has now released this 116 page special as a tribute to the VC10. It includes production lists, a look at the type's development, various careers and more. To order online visit the link above, otherwise a trip to the local bookshop or newsagent might be needed!

Image copyright Key Publishing

BOAC book from Scoval Publishing and new website

Scoval Publishing, January 2015

There are a few books about BOAC already but Scoval Publishing has released a pictorial history of the airline and its associated companies. The book will only be available through the publisher itself, for more details see the advertisement below. The company has started the new year with a new website to showcase its publications and sample pages of the BOAC book can be viewed on this site. There is also information about the release of Scott Henderson's new VC10 book which is now planned for mid 2015.

Scoval Publishing Website

Ordering details: "Only available direct from Scoval Publishing Ltd. £40 + £5,00 p&p (UK). Payment by cheque, Paypal or BACS. For further details, please email or Tel: 01661 820838 or write to 91 Middle Drive, Ponteland. Newcastle upon Tyne, NE20 9DW. For overseas orders, please contact us for details on postage and packing."

Images copyright Scoval Publishing

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