Two Lancasters over the upper Thames black and white version
This Flight Artworks depiction places the two Lancasters over the upper reaches of the River Thames. In the summer of 2014 the only two remaining airworthy Avro Lancasters - normally separated by the Atlantic Ocean - flew together for the first time. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum's Mynarski Memorial Lancaster FM213, flying in the markings of KB726 VR-A of RCAF No 419 (Moose) Squadron, crossed the pond to join the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's Lancaster PA474, in the colours of DV385 KC-A, "Thumper Mk III" of 617 ('Dambuster') Squadron.
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