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    Thank you, Panzerknacker

    I'm betting the Lincoln itself represents only two or three of it's type surviving worldwide.
    I'd hope there are a couple of spare Griffons in addition to the 4 on the aircraft itself.
    That said, the Griffons off an Avro Schackleton are comparable to the Griffons off an Lincoln.
    As for Shackeltons, I don't think there are more than 5 of those surviving intact worldwide either.

    All in all, I'd doubt there are 20 Lancaster or derivative aircraft intact worldwide.
    In this category I'd include Lancastrians (civilianised Lanc bombers used as airliners and cargo carriers), Yorks (Lanc mainplane, engines elevators, tailfins, and landing gear attached to a rectangular fuselage, usually employed as airliners), along with the Shackletons and Lincolns, and Manchesters.

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    Very cool pics!

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    You may be interested in viewing this video.
    http://www.vimeo.com/13430247
    A tribute compiling original photos and video.

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    very nice,.. the graceful Lancs

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    Full set of nine finished now with corrections (I had to change all the files to jpg)

    BI of the Argentine Air Force 1948.



    BI of 9 Squadron Royal Egyptian Air Force 1950.



    BI of 7 Squadron RAF 1944.



    BI of 12 Squadron RAF 1942.



    BI of 75 Squadron RAF 1944.



    BI of 207 Squadron RAF 1942.



    BI Special (Dambuster) of 617 Squadron RAF 1943.



    BI Special (Dambuster) of 617 Squadron RAF 1943.



    BI Special (Grand Slam) of 617 Squadron RAF 1945.


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    This is a great website and I'm really enjoying looking around. The lancaster was my favourite bomber and the first model I ever made when I was younger.

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