Lancaster B Mk I of No 101 Squadron at Ludford Magna, Lincs, carrying "Airborne Cigar" jamming equipment.
Lancaster B Mk I serving with No 463 Squadron, RAAF, at Waddington, Lincs. spring 1945. Yellow outlines for code letters were standard No 5 Group practice.
Lancaster B Mk I of No 149 (East India) Squadron, Methwold, Norfolk, early in 1945, with yellow fin bars denoting G-H radar-equipped flight leader in No 3 Group.
Lancaster B Mk I (Special) of No 617 Squadron, Woodhall Spa, Lines, early 1945, with “Grand Slam" bomb.
Lancaster B Mk III of No 617 Squadron, Coningsby, Lines, May 1943, for Ruhr dams attack.
The RAF's last serving Lancaster, a GR Mk III of the SMR. St Mawgan, in 1956.
Lancaster VI of No 635 Squadron, operating in No 8 Group for Pathfinding, Downham Market, Norfolk, late 1944.
Lancaster B Mk VII (FE) of No 9 Squadron, Salbani, India, early 1946 in "Tiger Force" colours.
Lancaster I (ex-PA342) serving with Flottille 24F, French Aeronavale, late 1953.
Lancaster B Mk X of No 431 (Iroquois) Squadron, RCAF, at Croft, Co Durham, early 1945.
Experimental I Group formation-keeping markings on Lancaster I of No 166 Squadron.
Squadron markings as carried by Lancaster B Mk III of No 166 Squadron, Kirmington, Lincs.