On Thursday, three Avro aircraft flew together over Lincolnshire for probably the last time.
The only two air-worthy Lancaster bombers (one from the UK based Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and one from Canada), as well the last flying Vulcan performed various fly-pasts.
Read more at BBC News.
Whilst out walking today, I found several of these ‘war grade’ bottle necks and screw-in stoppers. They were on the edge of a ploughed field alongside a public footpath.
What does ‘war grade’ refer to? To glass? The stopper, or the contents. I’ve been hammering Google to try to find out.
Sadly, I haven’t come up with much. The stopper is probably made from some sort of recycled plastic due to shortages of other materials during WWII.