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RAF - AVRO LANCASTER CLOSE UP YEAHHHHHHHHH, NICE SHOT!!!

The Avro Lancaster was the best and the most famous four-engine bomber British World War II. Born in 1941 as the twin-engine bomber estate failed Avro Manchester.

Just Jane! A great view of a great plane, the British Avro Lancaster. It carried the night bombing campaign over German-occupied areas in 1943-45.

A great view of a great plane, the British Avro Lancaster. It carried the night bombing campaign over German-occupied areas in

OLD GLORY by Ironbird photography on 500px. 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!

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!

Lancaster Bomber

Glorious return: Back where it all began, a lone Lancaster marks 70 years since the audacious Dambusters raid

The cockpit of the Avro Lancaster 1, the famous WW2 Heavy Bomber © Trustees of the RAF Museum : Notice, they didn't have a co-pilot!

The cockpit of the Avro Lancaster the famous Heavy Bomber © Trustees of the RAF Museum : Notice, they didn't have a co-pilot!

Lancaster B.Mk1 W4118 ZN-Y 10Sqn Commander Guy Gibson with his crew stands in front of his bomber 'The Admiral Prune' at RAF Syerstone March 1943

Lancaster ZN-Y Commander Guy Gibson with his crew stands in front of his bomber 'The Admiral Prune' at RAF Syerstone March 1943

A Lancaster getting 'the once over' before embarking on another raid on Germany - RAF - World War 2

A Lancaster getting 'the once over' before embarking on another raid on Germany - RAF - World War My father flew in Lancasters:he cried yesterday at when I rang to say.'I'm proud of you,dad.

Avro Lancaster aircraft under construction at the A V Roe & Co Ltd factory at Woodford in Cheshire, 1943. Despite constant losses in air battle over Germany, new production meant that the numbers of aircraft available were always increasing. - See more at: http://ww2today.com/3rd-july-1943-a-new-bomber-pilot-encounters-the-skies-over-germany#sthash.Kd87B9pK.dpuf

Avro Lancaster aircraft under construction at the A. Roe & Co. Ltd factory at Woodford in Cheshire, England Despite constant losses in combat over Germany, new production meant that the numbers of aircraft available were always increasing.

A Royal Air Force Avro Lancaster being "bombed up" with a 12,000 pound Tallboy earth-penetrating bomb.

Avro Lancaster carrying the Grand Slam "Earthquake" bomb, designed by Barnes Wallis. The bombload of the Lancaster increased from to

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