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Shots of Lydd Airport

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Finally, Lydd is near completion (I mean it this time)Here are some screenshots just to prove itFlying overhttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/40248.jpgFly Runway Heading towards Dungeness Nuclear Power Stationhttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/40249.jpgWatch out for the row of double pylons which surround the airport to the West and Southwesthttp://forums.avsim.net/user_files/40250.jpgAnd finally, absolutely nothing to do with Lydd, but a great shot of London City Airport.http://forums.avsim.net/user_files/40251.jpgWill keep you posted.Andy:-yellow1

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Wow ! excellent work Andy. Those pylons really add that touch of realism. Cheers, QvdG

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The pylons are Jon Points and could not have been "released" at a better time. They certainly do add a great touch of realism.Andy

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Beautiful shots. Being a VFR freak I just love good scenery. I hope the UK area comes out on a PC Pilot CD one day so us antipodeans can grab it. I know it is too big to put in the library.

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Yes, this airport seems to be coming along nicely and the surrounding scenery looks very nice. I like that patchwork of small fields that's so typical of England and other parts of Europe. I've seen that array of differently colored fields in a lot of real aerial photos. One field is green, the next one is reddish brown and then there's light brown. What kind of crops are responsible for the various hues?best regards,Hans Petter

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Maybe we should have a "Farming Section" here in the FU3 Forum.:-lol Down here in the South the crops are mainly Barley, Wheat, Rapeseed and Hay. We also grow a lot of Grass / Turf for gardens. Hence the mixture of Browns, Yellows and Greens.Around the county of Kent, Oats and Hops (for the beer) were a big thing but there are very few hop farms around these days although a few Oast Houses are still around. Maybe I could make one and put it in the package.......Version2.Andy

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Congrats Andy! I think youi are introducing us to a new area of England. We'll have to see of agtim can throw together some white cliffs somewhere around there.RobD.

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