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  1. There are only three Lancasters in the world that are not stationary in a museum: The BBMF Mk.III PA474, the Canadian Mk.X FM213, and NX611 "Just Jane" - the one below. This virtual tour has been created for the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre in East Kirkby. There are three panoramas from the outside, eight of the inside, from the bomb aimer to the rear gunner, and a high resolution panorama of the Memorial Chapel. Almost all details are labelled, many explained, just move the mouse cursor over an item of interest. Click here open the panorama, and switch to full screen mode! Internet Explorer is not recommended here, all other browsers work well. If you are interested in future aircraft panoramas, please sign up to my mailing list! A bit more about the panorama can be found here. Next to come are a Tiger Moth. If you can think of an aircraft that could benefit from such work, please let me know!
  2. 1.PILOTS STATION. 2.BOMBADIER STATION. 3,RADIO OPERATOR STATION. 4.WAIST GUNNER STATION. 5.BOMB BAY AREA. HAVE FUN... http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/cockpits/WWII_tour/WWII-1.html http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/cockpits/WWII_tour/WWII-2.htm http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/cockpits/WWII_tour/WWII-3.html http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/cockpits/WWII_tour/WWII-4.html http://www.nmusafvirtualtour.com/cockpits/WWII_tour/WWII-5.html MARU 5137
  3. The cockpit of this Catalina flying boat, built 1943 in Canada, has some modern components - it's still flying, and one of the stars of the British air show scene. G-PBYA is owned by the Catalina Society, and based at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford, Cambridgeshire, where the virtual tour was shot. All controls, instruments, and switches are explained - just hover over an area of interest, and a text will pop up (this doesn't work on touch devices, unfortunately). The panoramic view shot at the rear of the aircraft is quite unusual, it's shot from inside one of the huge perspex blisters. The rear of the aircraft is almost authentic, so this might be a useful reference. The links are: Catalina virtual tour Catalina virtual tour, full window version (best for mobile devices) Catalina virtual tour on the Catalina Society website If you can think of an aircraft that might benefit from an interactive panorama, or a virtual tour, please let me now!
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