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Interesting stuff Gav and I'm going to have a good trawl through the other archive you posted a link to.

One of the main BAA buildings at Stansted is called Enterprise House and is named after the shuttle they flew in there back in 83

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I suspect it was added in there. However I noticed it was made by Michael Rodds own production company (a true Alan Partridge type)

By the was Jim the aeroplane, I believe, was Johns Belfast!

Yes, Gav, it was. I couldn't locate this pic I took back then until tonight but I was there!

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They moored her over on the Freight side as was then where the old terminal was.... STN was a quiet backwater in those days!

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The keen eye!!! I had a suspicion it may have been!! Hope it bought back a memory or two!

Sadly a poor photo below, but another I found trawling the web, taken leaving IAT Fairford Circa 1987!

And oddly - and spookily I've just realised something... The Belfast appears at 6:58 in the film and the film number is....658.. which means... ... :grin:

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