With extensive footage of the flight deck and the fuselage, from all sides, from the back to the front and back again till the very end of the tail
Ester got some help from her friends. After the crocheting of the poppies, the black buttons had to be sewn on them. A lot of work but this marvellous project has reached it's end
Gliderpilot Frank tells about the training the pilots had and Ron about that particular day in September. Geoff Roberts remembers how it felt as a passenger
The municipality of Renkum was ready, around 21:00 hours all waiting on the arrival of the Horsa, camera's ready, sitting on a terrace or walking around, the Mayer was ready, the fields next to The Needle and in front of the Airborne Museum were full of people who were invited to witness this unique event, or became aware of it. They saw the wing-parts arrive, but not the Horsa itself and it was half past two before anyone did
Update: Horsa shirts now available in the webshop
A shirt in honour of the Horsa glider, do you want to win one? You might, if you have the correct answer to the question!
It will be re-assembled, under cover, for public display in September in front of the Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek from the start of the Airborne March till after the 75th commemorations in September. Afterwards the Horsa will be dismantled for a second road move to its final destination