Volunteers keep WWII Lancaster bomber flying

09/25/2013 | CBC.ca (Canada)

A team of volunteers has worked for 25 years to keep the Hamilton Warplane Heritage Museum’s World War II Lancaster bomber flying. "She's my mistress, she's my passion, my love. And she's got an attitude like anything -- she's a high-maintenance girl," said flight engineer Craig Brookhouse. The Lancaster costs about a half million dollars per year to keep running, paid for largely by public donations.

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