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Title:Avro Lancaster B Mk.II – The Forgotten Lancaster
Duration:18:27
Viewed:116,114
Published:26-08-2022
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Here we shall look at a Radial Engine powered Lancaster B Mk.II Bomber. Please note - In the video, I mention the Bristol Hercules Mk.14, it should be Mk.16. Also, I said that the Merlin engine is an in-line engine. I should have said The Merlin is a Supercharged, geared, pressure liquid cooled V-Engine, fitted with a two-speed Supercharger. I'm sorry about this. Thanks for watching. Bryan As always, we shall be referring to wartime Air Ministry Manuals. Textual extracts from Air Ministry Air Publications are Crown Copyright and transcribed with the kind permission of the National Archives, London. All colour diagrams are based on original Air Ministry Air Publications mono illustrations and transcribed into colour by Bryan Atkinson with the permission of the National Archives, London. Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 0:12 First, a Big Thank you 1:03 How many Lancaster IIs were built? 1:22 Why was the Lancaster II Built? 2:01 The Lancaster Mk. II Prototype 2:29 Armstrong Whitworth Factory 3:01 First Production Batch 3:36 Second Production Batch 4:05 The Packard Merlin 4:37 Sent for Trials 4:46 No. 61 Squadron Tests 5:50 Lancaster B Mk. II's first Operation 6:09 A Height Problem 7:06 No. 115 Squadron RAF 8:06 Don't mix the Engines! 8:51 No. 514 Squadron RAF 9:12 The Royal Canadian Air Force 9:22 No. 426 (Thunderbird) Squadron RCAF 9:44 No. 408 (Goose) Squadron RCAF 9:58 No. 432 (Leaside) Squadron RCAF 10:59 The Lancaster Mk. II in more Detail 11:27 The Bristol Hercules Engine 11:53 The Power Egg 12:04 The Engine Firewall & Exhaust Manifold Ring 12:18 The Engine Cowlings 12:37 Differences in the Cockpit 12:49 Lancaster Mk. I Instrument Panel 12:52 Lancaster Mk. II Instrument Panel 13:16 Comparing the Flight Engineer’s Panels 13:56 The Pilot's Auxiliary Panel 14:37 The FN.64 Mid Lower Gun Turret 15:22 The Bulged Bomb Bay 15:42 Carrying the 8,000lb Bomb 16:02 Differences in Bomb Loads 16:31 D-Day and only two Squadrons left 16:53 Lancaster B Mk. II, LL735 The material contained in this video is intended for historical, reference, and entertainment value only, and is not to be construed as usable for aircraft or component restoration, maintenance, or use. Consort for Brass - Classical Rousing by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence. creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Source: incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc… Artist: incompetech.com/ Photographs Used: San Diego Air & Space Museum Archives, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Breeze (Mr), Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons RAF Chedburgh, Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Vickers Wellington Press Agency photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Beaufighter SDASM, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Handley Page Halifax Australian official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Avro Lancaster S Sugar Press Agency photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons British Ministry of Information via Australian armed forces, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Ministry of Information official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Ministry of Aircraft Production (MAP), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Royal Canadian Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Press Agency photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons D Day Hampton, J A (Lt), Royal Navy official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Saunders Roe SR/A1 British official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Metrovick Beryl Jet Engine Barmaglot, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons U Boat HQ Coastal Command, Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Whitley Bomber Hensser H (F/O), Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons Handley Page Halifax Bellamy W (Mr), Royal Air Force official photographer, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons 8,000lb Super Cookie Royal Air Force official photographer, Clark N S (Fg Off), Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons The below photographs are included with the kind permission of Harold A Skaarup:- Avro Lancaster Mk. II (Serial No. DS723), coded EQ-B, No. 408 Squadron, RCAF. (No. 408 Squadron Photo) Avro Lancaster B Mk. I (Serial No. R5727), was built in the UK and flown to Victory Aircraft in Malton, Canada in August 1942 to serve as a pattern for the other Lancasters to be built in Canada. These photos shown the FN.64 Mid Lower Gun Turret as fitted to the Lancaster Mk.I (CFJIC-DND Photos, PL-1182, PL-1174, PL-1175, and PL-1180 via Don Smith) #lancasterbomber #avrolancaster #ukaircraftexplored

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