Ferdinand II being serviced

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Title

Ferdinand II being serviced

Description

Two identical photographs of Halifax Ferdinand II being serviced. In the top left corner one ground crew is standing at the top of a ladder looking at the nose of the aircraft. The nose has nose art of a cartoon character of a bull and the title Ferdinand II. Painted under the cockpit are eight rows of 10 bomb symbols. Another ground crew is at the top of a ladder working on the port inner propeller. In the top right corner are three ground crew standing on top of a scaffolding platform working on the port outboard engine. In the bottom half two ground crew are standing on the ground observing. On the reverse of PYoungJ1504 'Eastmore 1944 Halifax Plane.' On the reverse of PYoungJ1703 'Eastmoor 1944, Halifax plane, John's F for Ferdinand'.

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Date

1944

Rights

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Format

Two b/w photograph

Type

Identifier

PYoungJ1504, PYoungJ1505, PYoungJ1703, PYoungJ1704

Temporal Coverage

Collection

Citation

“Ferdinand II being serviced,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed May 20, 2019, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/861.

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