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Royal Air Force armourers check over the sixteen bombs before they are loaded into a Short Stirling bomber (s/n of No. 1651 Heavy Conversion Unit at Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire. was one of the first Stirlings built by Short and Harland at Belfast.

X 2 Lancaster bombers flying together. Something not seen in a long time.

X 2 Lancaster bombers flying together. Something not seen in a long time.

Avro Lancaster, Bomber Command, Royal Air Force, World War Two

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An Avro Lancaster of No. 514 Squadron RAF over the target during a Bomber Command attack on oil storage tanks at Bec d'Ambes in the Garonne estuary, 4 August 1944.

Avro Lancaster of No. 514 Squadron RAF flies over the target area while dense clouds of smoke rise as bombs burst among the storage tanks during a daylight attack on an oil depot at Bec d'Ambes situated in the Garonne estuary, August

A graphic line-up of all the personnel required to keep one Avro Lancaster of RAF Bomber Command flying on operations, taken at Scampton, Li...

A graphic line-up of all the personnel required to keep one Avro Lancaster of RAF Bomber Command flying on operations, taken at Scampton, Lincolnshire, 11 June Daventry B J (F/O)

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RAF aides try to remove a wheel landing gear of this huge heavy bomber Short Stirling. This was one of the biggest bombers of the war and the second in capacity.When it became obsolete over other as the Lancaster, I modified it to make transport glider.

The last member of the crew of a Avro Lancaster of No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron getting ready his parachutes before boarding the aircraft for a sortie over Germany. Note the aircraft has its engines running. Photograph taken at RAF Faldingworth, summer 1944. The Lancaster is LL804, BH-F, "Lady in the Champagne Glass", commanded by Wing Commander Teofil Pożyczka, the CO of the squadron.

HU The last member of the crew of a Avro Lancaster of No. 300 Polish Bomber Squadron getting ready his parachutes before boarding the aircraft for a sortie over Germany

Dambusters Lancaster AJ-N: A specially adapted Lancaster bomber - Type 464 (Provisioning), a B III Special - carrying an Upkeep depth charge for use against German dams. This was the Barnes Wallis-designed weapon that the RAF’s 617 “Dambusters” Squadron used against the Ruhr dams during World War II. This new picture is copyright © by Gary Eason / Flight Artworks and can be licensed for reproduction or bought as a print via www.flightartworks.com

Dambusters Lancaster AJ-N: A specially adapted Lancaster bomber - Type

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