Engine Tests Are Performed On Restored Lancaster Bomber 'Just Jane' : News Photo

Engine Tests Are Performed On Restored Lancaster Bomber 'Just Jane'

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CONINGSBY, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14: Fred Panton, the owner of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, stands in front of the Lancaster bomber 'Just Jane' which is being restored with the aim of getting it airworthy, on February 14, 2013 in East Kirkby, England. The plane, which last flew in 1971, would become one of only three airworthy Lancaster bombers in the world. Brothers Fred and Harold Panton, owners of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, are restoring the plane in memory of their sibling, Christopher Panton, who died aged 19 when his Lancaster was shot down in 1944. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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CONINGSBY, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14: Fred Panton, the owner of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, stands in front of the Lancaster bomber 'Just Jane' which is being restored with the aim of getting it airworthy, on February 14, 2013 in East Kirkby, England. The plane, which last flew in 1971, would become one of only three airworthy Lancaster bombers in the world. Brothers Fred and Harold Panton, owners of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, are restoring the plane in memory of their sibling, Christopher Panton, who died aged 19 when his Lancaster was shot down in 1944. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)
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Fred Panton the owner of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre... News Photo 161828535Aiming,Bomber,England,Explosive,Horizontal,Human Interest,Lancaster Bomber,Owner,Stand,UKPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesCONINGSBY, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 14: Fred Panton, the owner of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, stands in front of the Lancaster bomber 'Just Jane' which is being restored with the aim of getting it airworthy, on February 14, 2013 in East Kirkby, England. The plane, which last flew in 1971, would become one of only three airworthy Lancaster bombers in the world. Brothers Fred and Harold Panton, owners of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, are restoring the plane in memory of their sibling, Christopher Panton, who died aged 19 when his Lancaster was shot down in 1944. (Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images)