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Published: Tuesday, September 18, 2012, 12:01 a.m.

Historic photos of Flying Heritage planes

  • The nose of an Avro Lancaster, a British heavy bomber, stands at the back of the FHC's hangar.  The plane was used for engine tests after WWII.

    Flying Heritage Collection

    The nose of an Avro Lancaster, a British heavy bomber, stands at the back of the FHC's hangar. The plane was used for engine tests after WWII.

The Flying Heritage Collection includes many historic planes, which are carefully restored to their original condition. In addition to the planes themselves, the FHC has a fantastic collection of old photos of planes in action.

Click here to see historic photos of the FHC planes.


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