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Wonderful to see the Bluebird coming back. I remember the day. I was racing hydroplanes then here in the U.S. and remember how stunned we all were to hear of the crash. A great man!

Added: September 17, 2015
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Fantastic to see the Bluebird coming back to life.
I follow the progress of the Bloodhound SSC, and this has the same element to me, the spirit of adventure lives in projects like these, and the people who make them happen.
My mother asked me why would people do this risky / dangerous stuff? In response I quoted Richard Noble, as he was once asked the same question -

'FOR BRITAIN AND THE HELL OF IT'

Good luck with the project, keep the 'spirit' alive.


Added: September 15, 2015
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Wow. A brilliant update guys, at long last! What you've achieved is really something and you've done a fantastic job.
Cheers
John


Added: September 5, 2015
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Always in total awe and wonder every time I visit Bluebird. Will be astonishing to see it back on the water. Good luck xx

Added: September 2, 2015
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......following on from last post, I have since discovered the Bluebird Project Youtube channel which does give more recent updates including movement of the new sponsons and spars to the Ruskin Museum in Coniston. I now can't wait to visit next week.

Added: August 19, 2015
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Ok, guys. Sure the regular requests merely strengthen your resolve to only update as and when you have something to report, but it must be time to feed your many followers.....rumours abound that you are about to announce the completion date.....

Added: August 19, 2015
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Hi I've just got back from a trip to the Lakes and was very excited about the visit to Coniston and the Ruskin museum. I found it fascinating but some what of a disappointment that there is little history of the Bluebird cars and there whereabouts? Can't wait for k7 to be on the water again and please more updates. :o

Added: August 18, 2015
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I am a massive fan of all speed record history and in particular Donald Campbell.
Really excited about the work you are doing and hope to see K7 one day. Would it be possible to provide a little update on how things are going ?


Added: August 17, 2015
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What an amazing bunch of people to be doing this, I will see bluebird one day and it would be great to meet the team who rebuilt her.

Added: August 4, 2015
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Just visited Ruskin Museum today, Sunday 28th June 2015. Fantastic display & exhibits, even down to small detailed items. Felt a bit eerie when first entering. Received a years pass to Museum. Will return later in year to see how project is evolving. A real worthy cause to support. Congratulations to all for an amazing, historical project.

Added: June 28, 2015
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