Canadian Air & Space Museum - Avro Lancaster Bomber
Bill Maloney

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01AvroLancaster 02AvroLancasterTailTurret 03LancasterTurretRing 04LancasterFuselage
01 Avro Lancaster Bomber 02 Avro Lancaster Tail Turret 03 Lancaster Turret Ring 04 Lancaster Fuselage
05LancasterRadarSet 06MeterGyroStabilizedDriftBombsight 07PD16B1BendixStrombergCarburetor 08LancasterRadioSet
05 Lancaster Radar Set 06 Meter Gyro Stabilized Drift Bombsight 07 PD16B1 Bendix Stromberg Carburetor 08 Lancaster Radio Set
09LancasterPilotsSeat 10LancasterPilotsControlsTrailingAntenna 11TypeF24AerialCamera 12FlightEngineersPanel
09 Lancaster Pilot's Seat 10 Lancaster Pilot's Controls Trailing Antenna 11 Type F24 Aerial Camera 12 Flight Engineer's Panel
13LancasterTailWheel 14LancasterMainWheel 15MartinElectricUpperDeckTurret 16MartinElectricUpperDeckTurret
13 Lancaster Tail Wheel 14 Lancaster Main Wheel 15 Martin Electric Upper Deck Turret 16 Martin Electric Upper DeckTurret

Avro Lancaster Bomber Specifications:

Avro Lancaster Bomber
Another Avro Lancaster Bomber can be found at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Mount Hope, Ontario, Canada

Length: 69 feet, 6 inches
102 feet, 0 inches
20 feet, 4 inches
Empty - 35,240lbs Max Takeoff - 65,000lbs
Max Speed: 272mph
Cruise Speed: 200mph
Range: 1,660 miles
Service Ceiling: 24,700 feet
Fuel Capacity: 2,610 gallons
Powerplant: Four Rolls Royce Merlin 224 V12 water cooled engines with 2 stage superchargers 1,620hp each
 Ten .303 Browning machine guns
 14,000lb bomb load
 22,000lb bomb load with fuselage modifications
First Flight : 1941
Cost: $214,000

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