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photographic print



Reference Name LCNGR : 1998.16

black and white photographic print of a Lancaster standing on an airfield; taken from the front of the Lancaster, other planes in background.The photograph, dated 17.3.1943, shows Lancaster HK535 in production, the first one to be built at Castle Bromwich by Vickers Armstrong under licence from AVRO. The aircraft was allocated to 463 squadron RAAF, and was lost in action over Lille on 10/11 May 1944. The photographs were taken by John Stanford, the chief production engineer at the factory

Physical Dimensions:

  • picture height: 198mm
  • picture width: 254mm

Material: paper

Condition: good

Quantity: 1

Completeness: complete

Person:

photographer: Stanford, John E.

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