”I cannot think of a kinder man”


Just one of the many tributes paid to Lindsey Walton, the East Anglian potato farmer and pilot who helped pioneer the UK’s warbird movement

Alovely man, always a delight to be around, totally trusting of those he invited to fly his aircraft, a great pair of hands, fun, straightforward, kind, friendly, warm and generous” were qualities echoed repeatedly by those in the airshow world as they recalled their special friendships with Lindsey Walton who died in April, aged 84.


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