• Click here to listen as Fred & Harold share their thoughts about the early days of the museum and the exhibits today together with visitors' comments on a great day out.

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The Lancaster and Centre official video part 2

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Farming brothers Fred and Harold Panton are the unlikely owners of a Lancaster bomber. On their wartime airfield in East Kirkby, now the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, the bothers have lovingly restored 'Just Jane' with the ambition to see her fly again. For 23 years, Lancaster NX-611 has remained silent, but one by one her mightly Merlin Engines have roared again.

Follow the continuing story on video, from the moment her first engine burst into life to the day she taxied again on all four! Witness the occasion as Lancaster PA474 'City of Lincoln' salutes her sister aircraft with a low flypast, and the sound of eight Merlins reveberating around the airfield.

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