The Short Stirling Mk III Heavy bomber


The RAF’s largest bomber aircraft of World War Two. At a length of 87 feet, 3 inches, she was a full 18 feet longer than the Lancaster and was the first of the RAF’s trio of four engined heavy bombers.

There are no surviving examples of this aircraft in the world today.

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