Avro Lancasters in early service, It was not nearly as heavily armed as the US B but could carry near double the bomb load. They complemented each other well in terms of bombing Germany 'round the clock'.
HU Lancaster B Mark I KM-B of Squadron RAF piloted by Squadron Leader J D Nettleton of No. 44 Squadron RAF flying at low-level over the Lincolnshire countryside during a Squadron practice for the low-level attack on the M
The ground crew of RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, May 1944 'bomb up' a Lancaster of Squadron RAAF writing on a 'Cookie' lb HC (High Capacity) bomb) Not Out' to mark the recorded operation of the Lancaster PO-S [AWM
can't argue with the original caption: OLD GLORY by Ironbird photography on At the time of the shoot the only flying Lancaster Bomber in the world.Absolutly priceless and maintaind by the british airforce for public display;it is truly stunning!