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This Halifax CV II were adapted to carry freight and passengers for the Royal Air Force. The unarmed Mk CV II transport carried an lb capacity cargo pannier instead of a bomb bay, and had space for 11 passengers in the fuselage.

Handley Page Halifax bomber - just needs the later tail fins

Handley Page Halifax bomber - just needs the later tail fins

Handley Page Halifax Bomber.  The Halifax was also operated by squadrons of the…

This is NOT a Lancaster - it is a Halifax. The Avro Lancaster is a British four-engined Second World War heavy bomber designed and built by Avro for the Royal Air Force (RAF). It first saw active service with RAF Bomber Command in 1942

WWII 1939 - Royal Air Force (RAF) Handley Page Halifax (Four-Engined Piston Heavy Bomber)

The Handley Page Halifax was the second four engine bomber received by the RAF, and carried out it’s first raid in March of By February of 1943 the comparable, but less expensive Avro Lancasters outnumbered the Halifaxes. Halifax bombers were built.

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Handley Page Halifax, this is the WW2 bomber my father flew in the RAF.  This aircraft was converted after the war into the Halton, and carried passengers not bombs.

Handley Page Halifax, bomber ~ BFD

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German Junkers JU-52 Tri-Motor Transport. There were also bomber and float-plane variants.

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Arnamentless, the Junkers 52 is only used as a transport plane to drop Germany's airborne.

Avro 685 York C1 aircraft picture

Avro 685 York C1 aircraft picture

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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Avro Lancaster bomber, "City of Lincoln". One of only 2 flying worldwide, the other being with Canadian Warplane Heritage.

The Vickers Warwick was a multi-purpose British aircraft used during the Second World War. Built by Vickers-Armstrongs as a larger bomber on the same lines and using similar construction to their Wellington bomber 1939 wem

The Vickers Warwick was a multi-purpose British aircraft used during the Second World War. Built by Vickers-Armstrongs as a larger bomber on the same lines and using similar construction to their Wellington bomber 1939

Eyes to the Skies — Vickers Warwick in flight (1944)

A Vickers Warwick used for anti-submarine work. This model was developed alongside sister plane the Wellington.

british-eevee: “ A pilot in his Westland Whirlwind ”

Eyes to the Skies : Photo

Letouny RAF. Short Stirling neznámé britské perute, spitfire 310. cs. stíhací perute a v popredí osobní letoun W/Cdr Karla Mrázka, velitele Exeterského wingu. Vojenský historický archiv.

Short Stirling and Spitfire.

Bristol 163 Buckingham B1

Bristol 163 Buckingham B1

Handley Page Halifax Mk I L7245, the second prototype aircraft, at Radlett, Hertfordshire, 1940. A 4-engined heavy bomber, the Halifax remained in service until the end of the war. Total Halifax production was 6,178 with the last aircraft delivered in April 1945. Although considered of inferior bombing capacity to her main rival, the Avro Lancaster, the Halifax remained very much on the front line during the strategic bombing of Germany.

HU Handley Page Halifax Mk I the second prototype aircraft at Radlett Hertfordshire

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