Reference Image Handley Page Halifax Bomber

daz

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Just in case @SPROCKET321 branches out into the four engine market :)

All photos taken at the Yorkshire Air Museum

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daz

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daz

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daz

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Joshua Slocum

LE
Book Reviewer
A great deal of hard work went into building that aircraft, considering how many flew its a sad reflection that none were retained
 

RigPig

War Hero
Some of my handy work is in that aircraft. Years ago my shift Airframe CT was making the instrument panels during night shifts when we had no work on. I assisted with cutting, filing, drilling and riveting.

We also recovered some exhaust manifolds from a local scrap yard in Chippenham. The group doing the restoration were informed by a group of enthusiasts in Canada that they had traced some manifolds to the scrap yard, but it was a bit of a way from the museum. Luckily it was right on the door step of Lyneham where the CT was doing his night work.

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