Sadly I was so caught up gawping at the shinys on display, that I took far too few photos and those that I did take weren't up to much, I felt a bit like Robert Capa on getting home and checking them.
One particular diorama that did catch my eye and thankfully survived the worst of the shaky cam was this classic from back in the day, a scratch built Thunderbolt set within a carriers hanger deck. It was modeled by Dave Andrews and won the Open Category in the 1995 Golden Demon competition.
I remember seeing it at the time in White Dwarf and dreaming of the day when GW might include aircraft in 40k, taking me back to my modeling roots. Well I'm still waiting; I know Forge World do one for Apocalypse, but at eighty quid a pop I won't be scrambling a flight anytime soon. Who knows though, with the Summer of Fliers on the way perhaps this was a fortuitous reunion.