Looking back to Canada's home front when yellow aircraft dominated the skies
from Amherst News
Josephine Slater remembers laying on her lawn in Amherst and watching planes taking off from the airport during the Second World War. Those planes, Avro Ansons, were manufactured at the Canada Car and Foundry and Enamel and Heating plant in Amherst, taxied to a runway in the present-day industrial park and flown to locations around the country that were part of the ambitious British Commonwealth Air Training Plan.
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