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    Default Short Stirling coded C-BS history please?

    Id appreciate any information on Stirling C-BS that seems to of crash landed at some point at Gransden Lodge during WW2.

    Thanks in advance,
    Rob

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    Default Re: Short Stirling coded C-BS history please?



    Stirling of No 1651 Heavy Conversion Unit.

    Some examples: N3655 BS-T, R9193 BS-P, W7509 BS-Q, EF389 YZ-T, LK488 QQ-E, LK501 QQ-L.

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    Default Re: Short Stirling coded C-BS history please?

    Thank you. The reason I ask is that the resident BDU (Bombing Developmeny Unit) used a Stirling in 1942 as part of its work, and I was curious if this was that actual aircraft or if it was a crash landing by a non based Stirling!?


    Rob

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