Heathrow Spotters - Myrtle Avenue

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    Should have been in the opening ceremony. :D
     
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    Lol, I saw this looks a cracking spot. I always meant to take a wander down when I worked in the vicinity of Heathrow but never made it :( Does look like it would be worth a trip though.
     
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    See post 238 on AVF. Map supplied (see link) scroll up - it's above the first location listed. Outside The Mission Hall on Steam Farm Lane is also good if you can find a parking spot. These are both excellent locations if aircraft are landing on 27L. See spotting locations.

    Note that Myrtle Avenue is actually a residential side road with a dead-end so parking and turning is nigh-on impossible. The small field at the end is used for walking dogs, so watch out for brown mines.
     
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