A low flying RAF Avro Lancaster.

raframsgate: Lancaster low pass, with 3 engines feathered. This is not a Lancaster, this is a Lincoln.

♥ Avro Lancaster

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.

Lancaster en vuelo

"Canadian Lanc returns to team up with Battle of Britain Memorial service Lanc for truly memorable formations.

Flying Officer J B Burnside, the flight engineer on board an Avro Lancaster B…

Flying Officer J B Burnside, the flight engineer on board an Avro Lancaster B Mark III of No. 619 Squadron RAF based at Coningsby, Lincolnshire, checks settings on the control panel from his seat in the cockpit.

Flying Officer R W Stewart, a wireless operator on board an Avro Lancaster B…

Flying Officer R. Stewart, a wireless operator on board an Avro Lancaster B Mark I of No. 57 Squadron RAF based at Scampton, Lincolnshire, speaking to the pilot from his position in front of the Marconi TR transmitter/receiver set.

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

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

An Avro Lancaster bomber, part of The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, drops thousands of poppy petals from it's bomb bay over the new Bomber Command Memorial

An Avro Lancaster bomber, part of The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, drops thousands of poppy petals from it's bomb bay over the new Bomber Command Memorial London

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.:

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

Captured Avro Lancaster?  Is it real?  There is mention of Luftwaffe test pilot [first name?] Lerche flying a captured Lancaster in 1944

Captured British Bombers Short Stirling [Via] Vickers WELLINGTON Mk IC [Via] Captured Lancaster On the morning of 16 aug a Stirling of 7 squadron…

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