Although the museum’s collection of aircraft has grown significantly over the years, the Society remains focused on its goals of honouring those who served with Bomber Command and the BCATP.

Ranger 6 L-440
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Ranger 6 L-440

  The Ranger 6 evolved from the Cirrus air-cooled, inline engine designed in 1928. Considerable research went into the design of the close-fitting baffles around the cylinders so that a…

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Rolls-Royce Nene
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Rolls-Royce Nene

The Nene was designed and built in 5.5 months during 1944. Later they were test-bedded on a Lancastrian aircraft, a derivative of the Lancaster. In 1948, this aircraft set a…

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Airspeed Oxford

Known to hundreds of R.A.F. aircrew as the "Ox-box", the Oxford first appeared in 1937 as a military development of the 1934 Envoy feeder-liner, and was the first twin-engined monoplane…

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