B-24 Liberator

Some more photos of how to put a WW2 RAAF Liberator bomber back together again, should you ever want to. The original blog post courtesy of Paol Soren

Paol Soren

Thirty three kilometres South West of Melbourne, in the suburb of Werribee in a hangar on the old Werribee Airfield. This airfield was an adjunct to the Point Cook base and during the War it was used to park ‘planes for assembly of aircraft brought over from England. For a bit of History look here.

One of the old hangars is now the home of the B-24 Liberator Memorial Restoration. Their website is http://www.b24australia.org.au.

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by | December 14, 2017 · 2:43 pm

6 responses to “B-24 Liberator

  1. They are making great progress with this, it’s certainly a project and a half!

    • You are not kidding! That is a really big bomber and it must be a project that will last years. On the other hand, restorers can do incredible things. Give them the undercarriage to a Beaufighter and they’ll have the complete aircraft two years later!

  2. I’m always impressed by the way you give them a fuselage and they know where to find a set of spare wings.

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