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Lancaster flying over

Article about: We have a Lanc B Mk I here in the RAAF Museum in Perth, a non flyer now as she was received from the French Aeronavale in the early 60s still flyable after maritime patrol use in the Pacific

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    We have a Lanc B Mk I here in the RAAF Museum in Perth, a non flyer now as she was received from the French Aeronavale in the early 60s still flyable after maritime patrol use in the Pacific-she then sat in the open for many years as a 'gate guard' at Perth airport before going to the aviation museum and being restored in the late 80s/early 90s but will never fly again-you're lucky to have the last flyer in Britain preserved as a living memorial.

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    This may be of interest, you may have seen this before, lots of old faces from my home village ... Shift+R improves the quality of this image. CTRL+F5 reloads the whole page.

    WELLINGTON.avi - YouTube

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    Love the old Lancs. Always a real treat to see one flying over.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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