Avro Lancaster "B" for Baker

Avro Lancaster "B" for Baker
Avro Lancaster "B" for Baker

The crew of LM475 "B" for Baker, an Avro Lancaster Mk III of 467 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force, arrive on dispersal at RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire on the evening of 11 April 1944. Their target Aachen in Germany. A month later this aircraft was lost on a mission to Lille in northern France with the loss of all but one of her crew.

Read of the remarkable detective work being undertaken by the great-nephew of the navigator as he pieces together the story of this aircraft and her crew at http://somethingverybig.wordpress.com/

Oil on stretched canvas

80 x 40 cms

In a private colection in Australia

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