Format: PAL, region 0, 4:3 aspect, colour & b/w
Duration: 55 minutes
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The unique story of the determination of two farming brothers, Fred and Harold Panton, to own and renovate a Lancaster on their own wartime airfield. In part one of a three part dvd series, discover the reason for their ambitions and witness the rebirth of engines which have been silent for over twenty years.
This is a story of dedication and commitment to a dream to see 'Just Jane' fly again. Thrill to the powerful roar of merlin engines for the first time since the war on this Lincolnshire airfield - now a remarkable aviation museum, complete with operational control tower featuring life like mannequins and Air Traffic Control equipment.
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight's 'City of Lincoln', the only flying Lancaster in the UK, salutes her sister aircraft and marks an historic occasion.
With a full account of her history, archive film of her flying in the 1960s and with details of restoration work on her engines, this programme is a nostalgic treat for all Lancaster and aviation enthusiasts.
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