A visit to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (part 1)

Photo: Anthony Moretti 1July2017

The Morettis changed plans today, and, oh Canada, are we glad we did.

We made a visit to the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, which is located at the Hamilton International Airport.

The highlight for most people — and I soon learned why — was the Avro Lancaster four-engine heavy bomber and the B-25J Mitchell two-engine medium bomber. The planes flew in from Ottawa before touching down.

As the two-engine and then the four-engine taxied in, I was among the many capturing some video and photographic images.

A few minutes later, I scampered into the hangar and got really close as the four-engine Lancaster was ushered in.

 

 

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