P123: 5 sentences

Because it’s easy, here’s my response to being
Tagged by Dean

Men in the Air – The last flight of the R-101 by John G Fuller

M. Maillet, manager of the Poix airfield, heard the engines and peered through the thick rain and mist to look for it. Finally he saw something – a strip of white lights in a row. He could barely make out the hull of the ship. She was moving slowly, along the railway line.

She appeared to be strugging hard against the wind.

The tragic end of the British “public” airship.

But I’m not tagging, sorry.


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