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Avro Lancaster B Mark I, R5620 ‘OL-H’, of No 83 Squadron RAF, leads the queue of aircraft waiting to take off from Scampton, Lincolnshire, on the ‘Thousand-Bomber’ raid to Bremen, Germany. R5620, flown by Pilot Officer J R Farrow and his crew, was the only aircraft to be lost by the Squadron that night.

Avro Lancaster B Mark I of 83 Squadron RAF leads the queue of aircraft waiting to take off from Scampton, Lincolnshire, on the "Thousand-Bomber" raid to Bremen, Germany. It was the only aircraft to be lost by its squadron that night.

The ground crew of RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire, May 1944 'bomb up' a Lancaster of No.467 Squadron RAAF writing on a 'Cookie' (8,000 lb HC (High Capacity) bomb) '100 Not Out' to mark the 100th recorded operation of the Lancaster PO-S R5868. [AWM SUK12226]

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

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

Royal Air Force Bomber Command 19421945 Vertical aerial photograph... News Photo 154418228

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

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!

A 22,000lb 'Grand Slam' falls away from an Avro Lancaster of No. 617 Squadron RAF during an attack on the viaduct at Arnsberg, Germany, 19 March 1945.

The Grand Slam bomb drops away from the No. 617 Squadron Lancaster B Mk.I Special, YZ-C, 19 March (

The wrecked rear turret of Avro Lancaster B Mark I, ED413 'DX-M' "Minnie the Moocher", of No. 57 Squadron RAF at Scampton, Lincolnshire, after returning from a night raid to Oberhausen, Germany, on the night of 14/15 June 1943, during which it was attacked by German night fighters. A cannon shell exploded in the rear turret, killing the gunner, Sergeant R F Haynes of Nuneaton Cheshire, while further strikes smashed the radio and navigational equipment, and riddled the fuselage of the…

Wrecked rear turret of Avro Lancaster B Mark Sqn RAF after returning from night raid to June died in action

A bomb-train of sixteen 250lb bombs arriving to be loaded by the waiting Royal Air Force armourers into a Short Stirling bomber (s/n N6101) ...

Avro Lancaster - A bomb-train of sixteen bombs arriving to be loaded by the waiting Royal Air Force armourers into a Short Stirling bomber (s/n .

Dambusters Lancaster AJ-N

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

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