Lancaster bomber marks 25 years back in the sky
from CBC News
"She's my mistress, she's my passion, my love. And she's got an attitude like anything — she's a high-maintenance girl." That's how flight engineer Craig Brookhouse sums up his relationship with the Hamilton Warplane Heritage Museum's Lancaster, one of only two in the world still flying. It might seem an odd sentiment to hold for an aging WWII bomber, but Hamilton's Lancaster, which today celebrates the 25th anniversary of its restoration and return to the skies, is no ordinary aircraft.
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