Talk:No Highway

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Provided by Taco in IMCDb comments. Sandie 15:03, 28 May 2011 (MDT)


IMDb says that the original title is No Highway rather than No Highway in the Sky. The redlink for the other title should be deleted. Sandie 15:03, 28 May 2011 (MDT)

Unknown aircraft

This is a rare bird indeed. It's a Gloster E.1/44. Can't quite make out reg. but should be TX145. It's the 2nd of 3 prototypes built. The 1st was destroyed in an auto accident on the way to its 1st flight! 3rd has a T-tail later used in the Meteor. Relevant links: and DanSr June 2011


Added several aircraft quickly seen. Place is identify as Royal Aircraft Etablishment at Farnborough and so added to the section frequently seen places (non existing the time the page was first written). Garden Airport not retained as it seems it's just a panel put on Farnborough building.
About the Reindeer, this Made for Movie aircraft is linked to the dedicated category (non existing in 2011 when the first revision was issued). A link to the Handley Page Halifax is kept to help reader to find the shape of the original aircraft and so to understand how much it was modified. LVCDC (talk) 18:11, 22 March 2019 (MDT)