This is a group of 7 parts which are 3 sections of aluminium airframe which still have some original black paintwork on them very clear to see they have partly bent and ripped by the impact of the crash but are mostly still quite straight .There is also 4 engine or electrical parts bakerlite and metal made one of them is AM stamped for Air Ministry the parts all still retain a lot of original colours they have been very nicely cleaned perfect to display or any collection and are rare bits from a Lancaster bomber which are 2-9 inches long and are perfect for display or any collection. These parts were recovered from RAF Lancaster bomber ED-626 shot down on the 1st April 1943 on raid on Emmerich. This is a very nice relic from the famous Lancaster bomber and comes with a A5 laminated information sheet.
RAF Lancaster bomber mark 3 number ED-626 of RAF 103 squadron. It was shot down on its return from a raid on Emmerich. Six of the seven crew members died at the crash at 7.22am on the 1st April 1943.
The names of the crew
O Donoghue, C, Winn, J.E., Aschcroft, E.R.V.
Burns, I.C. , Fry, A.H,Callaghan, J.E.
The 7th crew member was heavily wounded and died one day later his name was Stafford, S.