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Lancaster Bomber, Bomber Command Museum of Canada, Nanton, Alberta, Canada CMX-001

Lancaster Bomber, Bomber Command Museum of Canada, Nanton, Alberta, Canada CMX-001

Description : Tour through the World War II Lancaster Bomber, one of only a very few left in the world. The museum built by volunteers.
Lancasters first flew operationally in March 1942 and were well received by their aircrew. It was regarded as a pilots airplane which inspired confidence. The Nanton Lancaster Society was formed following the Town of Nantons suggestion in the fall of 1985 that perhaps a group could be formed to, take care of the Bomber which had been on outside display for twenty-five years. At this time virtually no one had been in the aircraft since it had arrived and very little was known, in Nanton, about the Lancaster or the history associated with it.

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