Lancasters of No.207 Squadron over Cranwell, 16th June 1942
Photo courtesy 207 Squadron Archives, via Raymond Glynne-Owen.
See Library Ref.26
A rare photo of one of most prolific authors who has contributed so many of his valued experiences to our Branch Archives. Andrew Jackson is standing second from left.
See Library References, 2, 5, 6,40 and 83
Harry Fisher's post war reunion with French Resistance Workers.
Harry is the third person from the right.
See Library Ref. 143
Cairngorm Disaster 1971: Crew, From L to R:
F/Lt John Kennedy, Sgt N.Pringle, F/Lt Bill Campbell
See Library Ref. 128
On the basis of the proven adage that, 'a picture replaces one thousand words of description' we invite you to share our gallery of past and modern times and where members are freely encouraged to submit photographs.
Peter Rae, mid-upper gunner of Lancaster EM-F. Photo courtesy 207 Squadron Archives via Raymond Glynne-Owen.
See Library Ref. 26.
Crew with Sea King Helicopter L to R
S/Ldr Hamish Grant, F/Lt Mike Lakey, F/Lt Bill Campbell
Kneeling L.to R. F/Lt Dave Simpson, Sgt Rick Bragg.
See Library Ref. 139
This is Spitfire LA198 in its final stages of restoration. During visits to East Fortune we watched the long restoration process, as the last pilot to fly this plane was one of our members Jim Johnston, DFC, who although in poor health still lives in Glasgow. The restored Spitfire now has pride of place in the Kelvingrove Art Galley & Museum. This is also appropriate, as LA198 flew with No.602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron. See Library Ref. 166
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