Lancasters through the Derwent valley Sign In or Register to add photos

Although 7,377 Lancaster aircraft were produced between 1941 and 1946, only two remain airworthy. One (a Mk 1 nicknamed ?Thumper?) is maintained by the RAF?s Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (BBMF), and the other by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (CWHM). Here they were photographed as they flew through the iconic Derwent Valley. The derwent Valley was used to practise the bomb run on the German dams.
Supermarine Spitfire MK356 (Mk LFIXe)
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Hawker Hurricane PZ865 (Mk IIc)
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RAF Puma
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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"Thumper" and V-RA approach the valley
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Supermarine Spitfire MK356 (Mk LFIXe)
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Hawker Hurricane PZ865 (Mk IIc)
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster PA474
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Supermarine Spitfire MK356 (Mk LFIXe)
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Hawker Hurricane PZ865 (Mk IIc)
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RAF Puma
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RAF Puma
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster
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Lancaster
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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Avro Lancaster  Mk X V-RA
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