The Nanton Lancaster Society's first published book becomes available. 'BAZ' is a biography of Squadron Leader Ian Bazalgette VC DFC, a Canadian Victoria Cross Recipient.
School Band concert held in museum for first time.
The Video "On The Wings of a Lancaster" produced by the Students from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology was unveiled to the public. Presentations were made to all the students involved with the project and to other people who helped out with the project. Special presentations (a copy of the video) were made to the actors and all people who appeared in the video.
Fabric work completed on Fleet Fawn.
Canadian Armed Forces 431 Air Demonstration Squadron (The Snowbirds) fly over Nanton.
Society's tenth anniversary "A Salute To Those Who Served" commemoration day. Memorial unveiled by His Honour the Lt. Governor of Alberta, the Honouralble H.A. "Bud" Olson. Flypast of two CF-18's and the Confederate Air Force (CAF) B-17 "Sentimental Journey". Banquet and dance held in arena for the first time.
Restoration of 6 wheel drive Fire Engine completed just in time (a matter of a few hours) for "Salute To Those Who Served" parade on July 27th.
Through the work of Halifax57 Rescue, a large container of Halifax/Hastings parts including undercarriage, two Bristol Hercules Engines, and major wing components were shipped from Malta to Canada to become the foundation of a Halifax display for the museum.
A storage area, additional museum display space, and two new washrooms were constructed in the former restoration shop area.
Through the work of Halifax57 Rescue, four Bristol Hercules engines and numerous engine parts and tool were located in a WW II bunker at Terrace, British Columbia and delivered to the museum.
The museums full-size replica Messerschmitt Bf 109 was placed on display.
Nine museum members attended an event in Senantes, France to commemorate the Seventieth Anniversary of Ian Bazalgette's VC Flight.
The museum's replica Tallboy Bomb was placed in the Lancaster's Bomb-bay as part of an event commemorating the Seventieth Anniversary of the sinking of the Battleship Tirpitz.
A special purpose trailer was built and donated by Falcan Industries upon which the museum's operational Bristol Hercules engine was mounted. As well as running at museum events, the Hercules travelled to an air show.