Three Avro bombers
My depiction of the remarkable sight of three iconic Avro aircraft flying in formation: a Vulcan and two Lancasters. Scenes like this happened in the summer of 2014 when 'the Canadian Lancaster', FM213, joined the only other airworthy example of the type in Britain, PA474, for a series of displays, led at one point by the only flying Vulcan bomber.
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