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  • 2015-264.11
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Arthur Russell Young personal collection. Believed to be AR Young sitting in the cockpit of No. 75 Squadron Lancaster JN-X, with nose art "Xcuse pliss mister | I go - I come back" and twenty bomb mission markers. Unknown location.
    Young
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    No. 75 Squadron
    75 Sqn
    Lancaster
    nose art
  • 2015-264.12
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Arthur Russell Young personal collection. No. 75 Squadron Lancaster JN-X, with nose art "Xcuse pliss mister | I go - I come back" and twenty bomb mission markers. Unknown location.
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Young
    No. 75 Squadron
    75 Sqn
    Lancaster
    nose art
  • 2015-264.10
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Arthur Russell Young personal collection. Crew in front of a Lancaster. Unknown location. AR Young, back row far left.
    WW2
    World War Two
    RNZAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Young
    Lancaster
  • WgG4043-44
    RNZAF
    Wing Commander DC McKinley DFC (left) with Group Captain CE Kay (right) standing beside the starboard undercarriage of RAF Lancaster 'Aries' at RNZAF Station Wigram during a stopover in New Zealand on round-the-world navigation flight.
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Wigram
    RAF
    McKinley
    Kay
    Lancaster
    Aries
  • WgG4037-44
    RNZAF
    Wing Commander DC McKinley DFC sitting at the radio operators position(?) in RAF Lancaster 'Aries' at RNZAF Station Wigram during a stopover in New Zealand on round-the-world navigation flight.
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Wigram
    RAF
    Lancaster
    Aries
    McKinley
  • WgG4036-44
    RNZAF
    Side view of the nose of RAF Lancaster 'Aries' at RNZAF Station Wigram during a stopover in New Zealand on round-the-world navigation flight.
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Wigram
    RAF
    Lancaster
    Aries
    nose art
  • 2015-171.10
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Andrew Albert Haydon personal collection. No. 15 Squadron crew beside the rear gun turret of a Lancaster at RAF Station Mildenhall. Handwritten beside the turret "Heaven can wait". Handwritten on the reverse "1945 | Colin Noble & crew | I'm standing next to Tom Randall who flew with them after Cliff Bender was wounded." According to Haydon's log book he flew only one with Flight Lieutenant Noble as captain, on 13 January 1945.
    Haydon
    RAF
    RNZAF
    WW2
    World War Two
    No. 15 Squadron
    15 Sqn
    Mildenhall
    Lancaster
  • 2015-171.45
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Andrew Albert Haydon personal collection. Colour copy of a No. 15 Squadron Lancaster in flight. Contained in a card cover "The Mildenhall Register | 15 & 622 Bomber Squadrons'Association | Celebrating the first joint squadron reunion 25th April, 1981."
    Haydon
    RAF
    RNZAF
    WW2
    World War Two
    Lancaster
    No. 15 Squadron
    15 Sqn
    No. 622 Squadron
    622 Sqn
    air to air
  • 2015-171.9
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Andrew Albert Haydon personal collection. Informal group of No. 15 Squadron crew standing in front of their Lancaster with bomb doors open and loaded with incendiary bombs. Believed to be at RAF Station Mildenhall.
    15 Sqn
    Haydon
    Mildenhall
    No. 15 Squadron
    RAF
    RNZAF
    WW2
    World War Two
    Lancaster
  • 2015-059.90
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the Harry Elrick personal collection. RAF Lancaster TX265 taking off. Believed to be at the School of Maritime Reconnaissance at RAF Station St. Mawgan.
    Elrick
    World War Two
    WW2
    RAF
    Lancaster
    TX265
    St. Mawgan
    School of Maritime Reconnaissance
    training
  • 1992-212.1
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the I Jones personal collection. Side view of Lancaster PB873 FGCT 'Thor', from the Empire Air Armament School. Believed to be at RNZAF Station Wigram.
    RNZAF
    RAF
    Empire Air Armament School
    Lancaster
    PB873
    Thor
    nose art
    Wigram
  • OhG394-46
    RNZAF
    3/4 front view of Lancaster PB873 FGCT 'Thor' from Empire Air Armament School at RNZAF Station Ohakea.
    RNZAF
    RAF
    Empire Air Armament School
    Lancaster
    PB873
    Thor
    nose art
    Ohakea
  • WhG955-43
    RNZAF
    RAAF Lancaster ED930 (A66-1) "Queenie VI" at RNZAF Station Whenuapai.
    RNZAF
    RAAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Whenuapai
    Lancaster
    ED930
    A66-1
    Queenie IV
    nose art
  • WhG898-43
    RNZAF
    The crew of RAAF Lancaster ED930 (A66-1) "Queenie VI" in front of their aircraft at RNZAF Station Whenuapai.
    RNZAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    RAAF
    Lancaster
    ED930
    A66-1
    nose art
    Queenie VI
    Whenuapai
  • MUS03093
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Air to air view of a No. 514 Squadron Lancaster dropping either window or incendiary bombs. Caption on print reads "News reporters flew with us in [a] daylight trip to Dortmund to ignite results from previous night raids".
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    No. 514 Squadron
    514 Sqn
    Lancaster
    air to air
  • MUS0501811
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    No. 156 Squadron Lancaster crew pose with an inflated life raft in front of their aircraft. Unknown location. "The Thomas Wedge School" is printed on the life raft. All are New Zealanders except the Flight Engineer who is Welsh. L-R: John Barclay, Welsh Flight Engineer, Terry Kearns, Jack Moller, Jim Barnham, Lofty Dowman, Ken Crankshaw.
    RNZAF
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    No. 156 Squadron
    156 Sqn
    Lancaster
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • MUS050181
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Forward fuselage of No. 50 Squadron RAF, Lancaster , R5702 VN-S, showing numerous holes from flak damage after a raid to Hamburg. This aircraft was flown by Flying Officer Roy Calvert NZ404890. Calvert and the Navigator were wounded and the Wireless Operator was killed. Fits with MUS050182 and MUS050183 to show the whole aircraft. Nose art "Taipo" shows a devil stabbing the posterior of Hitler(?).
    nose art
    Taipo
    damage
    50 Sqn
    No. 50 Squadron
    R5702
    Lancaster
    WW2
    World War Two
    RNZAF
    RAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • MUS050182
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Centre fuselage of No. 50 Squadron RAF, Lancaster R5702, VN-S, showing numerous holes from flak damage after a raid to Hamburg. This aircraft was flown by Flying Officer Roy Calvert NZ404890. Calvert and the Navigator were wounded and the Wireless Operator was killed. Fits with MUS050181 and MUS050183 to show the whole aircraft.
    Taipo
    damage
    50 Sqn
    No. 50 Squadron
    R5702
    Lancaster
    WW2
    World War Two
    RNZAF
    RAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • MUS050183
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Rear fuselage of No. 50 Squadron RAF, Lancaster R5702, VN-S, showing numerous holes from flak damage after a raid to Hamburg. This aircraft was flown by Flying Officer Roy Calvert NZ404890. Calvert and the Navigator were wounded and the Wireless Operator was killed. Fits with MUS050181 and MUS050182 to show the whole aircraft.
    Taipo
    damage
    50 Sqn
    No. 50 Squadron
    R5702
    Lancaster
    WW2
    World War Two
    RNZAF
    RAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • MUS050187
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Informal group of a No. 7 Squadron RAF, Lancaster crew standing beside the rear gun turret of their aircraft. Unknown location. All but the pilot (centre) were killed in May 1944 when they were shot down over France. The New Zealanders in the crew are Warrant Officer Alan Spiers (survived)(centre), Flight Sergeant Johnny Clift (killed)(second from right), Flying Officer Jack Wain (killed)(far right).
    Lancaster
    7 Sqn
    No. 7 Squadron
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • MUS050188
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    No. 75 Squadron Lancaster crew looking at a map before a raid. Unknown location. Three were killed during a daylight raid to Munster when the aircraft was destroyed by flak. In front; (L-R) Flight Sergeant MacDonald (rear gunner, NZ), Jock Holloway (Bomb Aimer, NZ), Flight Sergeant Humphries (Navigator, NZ), Flight Lieutenant Jack Plummer (pilot, NZ). In the doorway; Pilot Officer Russell Scott (mid upper Gunner, NZ), Maurice Fell (Flight Engineer, UK).
    Lancaster
    75 Sqn
    No. 75 Squadron
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
  • MUS96030
    RNZAF
    Group. Number 75 Squadron personnel, ground and air crew, in front of, and on a Lancaster at Royal Air Force Station Mepal.
    75 Sqn
    Lancaster
    No. 75 Squadron
    RAF
    RNZAF
    WW2
    World War Two
    group
  • 2006-517-10c
    RNZAF
    Group. No. 75 Squadron personnel, on and in front of a Lancaster. Unknown location.
    RNZAF
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    No. 75 Squadron
    75 Sqn
    group
    Lancaster
  • ALB933374056
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the RW Russell personal album collection. " 'C' For Charlie. Veteran Of 100 Sorties". 3/4 front view of No. 75 Squadron Lancaster AA-C. Believed to be at RAF Station Mepal.
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    RNZAF
    WW2
    World War Two
    Russell
    RAF
    No. 75 Squadron
    75 Sqn
    Lancaster
    nose art
    Mepal
  • ALB933374057
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from the RW Russell personal album collection. "Neville And Myself Beside Our Aircraft". No. 75 Squadron personnel with Lancaster AA-C. 100 mission markers painted below the pilot's window.
    RAF
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    RNZAF
    WW2
    World War Two
    Russell
    No. 75 Squadron
    75 Sqn
    Lancaster
    nose art
    Mepal