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Avro Lancaster B.Mk I

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Lancaster VRA "Vera" of Canadian Warplane Heritage, 1 of only 2 flying Lancs. Navy Aircraft, Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Lancaster Bomber, Lancaster Plane, Bomber Plane

Incredible footage captured alongside legendary Lancaster bomber

For the 55,000 brave aircrew who lost their lives in the Second World War, it would have been their final view of England, soaring high above the North Lincolnshire countryside.

Remembering Tom Sweetman - From fighter pilot to flight engineer on a Lancaster to accountant, husband & father of five grateful children Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Aircraft Carrier, Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, V Force, Lancaster Bomber, Old Planes

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Art prints about Damaged and with the No 1 engine overheating, shut down and feathered, a solitary Lancaster bomber makes its way back to its home airfield in England from an operation over Nazi-occupied Europe in - FLIGHT ARTWORKS Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Lancaster Bomber, Air Festival, Ww2 Planes, Royal Air Force, Aviation Art, Military Art, World War

FLIGHT ARTWORKS | Berchtesgaden Lancaster F for Freddy black and white version art prints and canvas prints

Art prints about This depicts the shooting down of Lancaster LM756, PG-F of No 619 Squadron RAF on 25 April 1945 during a daylight operation against Hitler's Eagle's Nest retreat at Berchtesgaden in the Bavarian Alps. The operation involved 359 Lancasters and 16 Mo... - FLIGHT ARTWORKS

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FLIGHT ARTWORKS | Dambusters practising low level flying BW version art prints and canvas prints

Art prints about Wing Commander Guy Gibson leads a flight of three specially modified Avro Lancaster bombers low over the fens near the 617 Squadron base in Lincolnshire in 1943. Their attack on German dams on 16/17 May had to be carried out at extremely low level. - FLIGHT ARTWORKS

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Before she was famous – another picture of ‘Mike’

Many thanks to Kevin, who after the post from Chris last night, passed on this fantastic early photograph of NE181 JN-Mike, 'The Captains Fancy'. Based on the Op count and referring to the history of the aircraft that Chris has been working on, the images dates between the 15th and 16th August 1944. The photograph…

Dambusters reunited: Two WWII Lancaster bombers fly together over UK on Bomber Tour Vera (Hamilton, On) and Thumper. Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Lancaster Bomber, Flying Together, Ww2 Planes, Battle Of Britain, Royal Air Force, World War Two, Wwii

Canadian Lancaster aircraft prepares for journey home from triumphal U.K. trek

BLACKPOOL, United Kingdom - The pilot taking Canada's last flying Second World War heavy bomber home across the Atlantic Ocean on Tuesday has "absolute confidence" in the 69-year-old Avro Lancaster's ability to make the journey after borrowing an engine from the Royal Air Force to replace one that h...

Side by side: The British and Canadian Lancaster bombers fly above Eastbourne, Sussex, in a display that hasn't been since since the Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Lancaster Bomber, Ww2 Planes, Red Arrow, Battle Of Britain, Aircraft Design, Diesel Locomotive, Royal Air Force

Incredible footage captured alongside legendary Lancaster bomber

For the 55,000 brave aircrew who lost their lives in the Second World War, it would have been their final view of England, soaring high above the North Lincolnshire countryside.