Lancaster bombers and a Vulcan perform a flypast
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Lancasters and Vulcan take to the skies over Lincolnshire

The world's only two flying Lancasters have been united with a Vulcan bomber in a formation flight described as a "never-to-be-repeated" event.

The three aircraft took off from RAF Waddington, flying together over nearby Canwick Hill in Lincoln, before pressing on to RAF Marham in Norfolk.

The flights coincided with a turf-cutting ceremony for the new Bomber Command Memorial at the International Bomber Command Centre, Canwick Hill.

  • 21 Aug 2014
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