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Blackpool Showtime by Robert Tomlin.


Blackpool Showtime by Robert Tomlin.

During the Air Show Season each year the Royal Air Force provides one of their latest Tornado F3 interceptors to thrill the crowds throughout Europe. The year 2002 represents the second year that the aircraft has been provided by 56 (R) Squadron from RAF Conningsby and is once again crewed by F1t Lt Simon Stevens as pilot and F1t Lt Dave Chadderton as Navigator. This will be their last year as F3 Display Team and so this print is issued to commemorate two fabulous years of thrilling and dynamic displays. Some of their highlights are the several seafront displays that take place around the shores of the UK and none more special to them that the one at Blackpool, close to Daves roots and considered their home display. With the unmistakeable form of Blackpool Tower in the background, Simon pulls the F3 up into a tight turn after a high speed pass.
Item Code : DHM2516Blackpool Showtime by Robert Tomlin. - This Edition
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Paper size 15.5 inches x 19.5 inches (40cm x 50cm) Stevens, Simon
Chadderton, Dave
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Flew Red 7 with the Red Arrows.
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Robert Tomlin

Like many famous artists, Robert Tomlin is a selftaught artist whose talent lay unknown and unappreciated for many years. He served in a supply position with the RAF for some years before moving to RAF Valley. Now a full-time artis, in just a few short years Robert has achieved world-wide recognition of his work, particularly in the field of aviation and F1. A large percentage of his work is commissioned by Corporate clients to be used for promotional purposes. Amongst his patrons are such world-class companies as Boeing, BAe Systems, DHL, Hewlett Packard, TNT and many European Air Forces including in particular Swiss, German and French, plus the world-famous Red Arrows. His F1 pictures are in great demand, most previous editions being sold out.

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