Re: Collecting Boardpasses?
I only collect those that I have actually used myself and store them in an an album alongside a photo of the plane I used it for. Also keep a record of the flight - date,from/to, duration etc.
1/400th new mould wish list - you're doing a great job manufacturers, now just these left to do:
Armstrong-Whitworth Argosy,Bristol 170 Freighter,Airspeed Ambassador,Avro York,Breguet 763 Deux Ponts,
Tupolev Tu-104,Tu-114,Tu-134, Ilyushin IL-14, Canadair CL-44, L-1649A Starliner, Curtiss C-46