Photo Courtesy Of Ron van Donkelaar.
Lib in Malta in 1946 (Probably on it's way to the graveyard in Egypt). Picture and Text Courtesy of Peter Rushforth
Possibly a flight of Liberators from 5 OTU. I'm basing this purely on the black rudders on the Tail Fins. Photo Courtesy Of Bob Livingstone.
Picture Courtesy of Bob Livingstone
Queenie II. Picture Courtesy of Bob Livingstone
This is definitely derelict - note engine mounts in the foreground and a P&W under the wing. No doubt 322MU. Serial/unit unknown, appears to be KL53* Picture & Text Courtesy of Bob Livingstone.
This is definitely a SEAC GR.VI, coded W. Serial is unreadable but looks as if it might be KK3**. Photo appears to be post-war (unarmed) and maybe derelict. Picture & Text Courtesy of Bob Livingstone.
B24 in Egypt. Picture Courtesy of Graham Alexander
B24 landing at Lydda. Picture Courtesy of Graham Alexander
B24 taking off at Lydda. Picture Courtesy of Graham Alexander
Liberators in Egypt. Picture Courtesy of Graham Alexander
Unkown Liberator, any info welcome. Photo courtesy of Simon Taylor.
Picture Courtesy of Martin Bond.
Photo Courtesy of Rob Quirk.
Coastal Command Liberator. Photo From Personal Collection.
Photo From Personal Collection.
Ferry Command Liberator AM258. Consolidated 32 LB-30A Liberator B.Mk.I