Reference Image Handley Page Halifax Bomber

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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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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.

RP
 

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