OK, this is a strange case of one Lancaster Bomber, KB976.
I went to visit Brooklands Museum, with my kids on Tuesday. Much to my surprise, there was a large chunk of a Lancaster stored there, as seen in the pics below.
Now KB976's information board said it had been owned by the late Charles Church, [killed in a Spitfire crash, near Blackbushe aerodrome]. Following his death, the aircraft was moved to BAE Woodford for restoration to airworthy condition in Apr 1987, but was badly damaged by hanger collapse! The remains were eventually sold to Kermit Weeks, Weeks Air Museum, Polk City, FL, 1992-2002 stored with planed restoration in future.
Now we seem to have another project at Brooklands to restore KB976, despite the rest of KB976 being in Florida!!!!
I wonder who's going to finish first?
Just remember, "No Matter How Little I have Done, It's All The Less For You To Do" Wings Over Bytom
Single parent, bringing up my great kids, Thomas, Jessica & Nicola, and trying to do his best all the time.