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The front and back pages of a scrapbook compiled by Bob's nephew, James Seymour. It features a crest of 51 Squadron and a message commemorating the service and sacrifice of Bob and his crew.

A head and shoulders portrait of Teddy. On the reverse 'F/O Bryan Sqd 103 Bomber Command'.

A newspaper cutting reporting that Teddy Bryan is missing, believed killed.

After leaving school, Carla Fantini started working as telegraph operator, which she found a gratifying and thoroughly enjoyable occupation. She describes the bombing war in Milan, stressing widespread destruction and ravaging fires. Reminisces…

Four letters to Ken.
#1 is a letter commanded by the Queen thanking him for his service.
#2 is a letter appointing him to General Duties.
#3 is a letter that can be used as a reference. It mentions his role in the filming of The Dam Busters.

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A Lancaster flying low over Lincoln Cathedral. A starboard side air-to-air view from the rear, taken by a second aircraft.


Six airmen in khaki in two rows in front of a Lincoln.

#1 is a Wellington with its landing gear down flying above some houses.
#2 is six airmen in khaki grouped in front of a Lincoln. Another copy at PSouterKP2127.

Lincoln RA672 in flight.
Three Lancasters in flight over a runway

A view of the underside of three Lancasters flying over an airfield.


A port side view of Lincoln RA672 in flight.


Port side view of two Canberras, in flight.

Actors Michael Redgrave and Richard Todd playing Barnes Wallis and Guy Gibson having a discussion over a meal in the Mess. From the filming of The Dam Busters film.
It is captioned 'E54.1.PROD.117'.

A view from a twin engined aircraft flying low over Ladybower reservoir.

Identification kindly provided by Adrienne Irving with additional backing by David Parker of the Unidentified photos of the British Isles Facebook group.

Three men involved in the filming of The Dam Busters.
It is annotated 'E54.1.PUB.54'.

A Lancaster coded AJ-G, of 617 Squadron, banking hard to Starboard viewed from the air. From the filming of The Dam Busters film, the fuselage has been modified for a mock up Upkeep bomb which it is carrying.

Three men in front of a wall of storyboard drawings for the filming of The Dam Busters film. One man has a model of a Lancaster in his hand.
It is annotated 'E541.PUB.47'.

Three men in the cockpit of an aircraft. Two airmen and a civilian camera man.
It is annotated ' "Blimey what a draft!"
"Wish I were in a Lancaster" Ken. Best wishes and thanks a lot Ken, Sincerely Bob.'

A group of airmen and ground crew arranged in front of a Lincoln. The men are in tropical khaki and shorts.

A group of airmen and civilians arranged in front and on the wing of a Lancaster. This is in the style of a squadron photograph and was taken during the filming of The Dam Busters film.

Three Lancasters, viewed from the front flying over a parked Anson that is partially obscuring a Mosquito.
In the second image there are only two Lancasters.

Two photographs.
#1 is three Lancasters flying over an Oxford and Mosquito.
#2 is of four Lancasters parked on grass. One is ZN-G
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