Hurdy Gurdy (2011)

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Short Movie (2011)

Starring:
Common People (Themselves)

Our world filmed like a miniature world. Shots are mixed with scenes from transport modelling. Where is the frontier ?

Eurocopter EC135

Reg. D-HECZ. Scale 1/87.

Hurdy-Gurdy EC135.jpg

Fokker 50 & Embraer ERJ 145

Reg. YL-BAT Fokker 50 (c/n 20163) of airBaltic alongside an Embraer ERJ 145 of LOT Polish Airlines seen at Lennart Meri Tallinn Airport (Estonian: Lennart Meri Tallinna lennujaam) (IATA: TLL, ICAO: EETN).
Note : YL-BAT was built in 1989 and actually registered as OY-KAF and fly by Eurolink until 1999. Since 2013, Air Panama took delivery of it and registered it as HP-1794PST.

Hurdy-Gurdy Fokker-F50 -YL-BAT.jpg


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