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I'm not sure this is the case Ian.
I think the Jelco 250ST (straight tube fixed h/S) variant may share the same geometry & effective length as Linn or Project arms & therefore be a drop in as otherwise the fixing is the same.
When I changed to my current SA750D from my previous Technoarm on my Gyro SE I was advised that the standard off the peg Michell arm board for Linn arms would not be suitable, so I contacted Michell for a custom fit board that was around £15 more than the standard Linn/Rega/SME options. They need to be machined to the correct weight dependent on arm chosen too so the balance of the suspended chassis remains correct too.
I didn't know that, cheers.
I just found out, this evening, that RAF Uxbridge, WWII underground centre is now open to the public for visits. Glad that has been preserved. I saw a documentary on it a while back and expressions were made that the facility should be tidied and maintained as it was an important part of our heritage. It was the control centre for 11 Group, which I read, was responsible for about two thirds of the kills against the Luftwaffe in the BoB. It was there Churchill exited the building and uttered the immortal words, which he was to later repeat in the House of Commons.
Its very close to Heathrow, so anyone on a little jaunt down to see for example, the Warner Studios, Windsor Castle, Legoland or the London Automotive Museum, could well incorporate this place into their trip. Perhaps more likely, is the possibility of someone with an overnight or substantial time between flights at Heathrow, to make a visit.
Incidentally I will add, the Churchill Cabinet War Rooms underneath Whitehall, have been improved and a museum to Churchill added. I was there recently and it is excellent. I'd rate it as one of the best things to do in London. Moreover, I say WWII makes a great theme for London tourism in general.
UFO has its moments. I find it hilarious at times. The music was pretty good too. I like to think of cold war era pilots taking off to that music I posted above. Perhaps now, they could use the dramatic drum banging music used in Battlestar Gallactica
Belated thanks for the link CC... having checked this and several of her other youtube audio clips, she certainly gives us a refreshingly different take and I have to say that the looping/overdubbing/multi-layering seems on the most part to work