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"I believe the Lancaster was the greatest single factor in winning the war" – except from a letter from Sir Arthur Harris, Wartime commander of RAF Bomber Command to Sir Roy Dobson of Avro, the designers and manufacturers of the Lancaster bomber.


The Avro Lancaster, a four-engine heavy bomber, (affectionately known as Lanc or Lankie) first entered service in 1942 and by the end of the Second World War had been involved in over 150,000 sorties. Most famous for its precision bombing "Dam Buster" raids, codenamed Operation Chastise, on the dams of the Ruhr Valley, the Lancaster excelled at night bombing.

During its operational life the Lancaster was constantly being improved or adapted for new weapons or equipment. Here are the variants and liveries that we have recreated for you…

Lancaster B. I R5556/KM-C, No.44 (Rhodesia) Sqn RAF, RAF Coningsby, c.1942.

Lancaster B. I (H2S) ME499/AS-D, No.166 Sqn RAF, RAF Kirmington, c.1945.

Lancaster B I (H2S) 1803, Royal Egyptian Air Force, c.1952.

Lancaster B I (Special) PD121/YZ-Z, No.617 Sqn RAF, RAF Woodhall Spa, c.1945.

Lancaster B III EE139/HW-R, No.100 Sqn RAF, RAF Grimsby, c.1943.

Lancaster B III (H2S) JA845/F-CXT, Empire Central Flying School, RAF, c.1945.

Lancaster B III (Special) ED921/G/AJ-W, No.617 Sqn RAF, RAF Coningsby, c.1943.

Lancaster B X KB772/VR-R, No.419 (Moose) Sqn RCAF, RAF Middleton St. George, c.1944.

Lancaster 10 MR FM104/CX-104, No.107 Rescue Unit, RCAF, Torbay.

Lancaster MR 3 RF325/H-D, School of Maritime Reconnaissance, RAF St. Maqgan, c.1956.

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