Don’t worry, it’s only temporary! Petwood Hotel Director Emma Brealey recently spent some time in Hamilton, Ontario, and sent back a souvenir video (via Facebook,) showing “our” Lancaster being transformed with the temporary markings of the Ruhr Express, KB700, Canada’s first built Lancaster. All was revealed at a special event at the Canadian Warplane Heritage museum. “It’s so wonderful to see our Canadian friends on screen again – and doesn’t Vera film well?!”
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A group of visitors from the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario, is in town this week for the UK launch of their thrilling documentary about the UK tour of VeRa, one of only two Lancaster bombers in the world still flying. The film will be shown to the UK public for the first time tomorrow at 1pm, in the Kinema in the Woods. Commissioned by the Warplane Museum and produced by Suddenly Seemore Productions during Vera’s amazing British adventure last summer, the film was recently distributed and screened to full houses in cinemas throughout Canada, for free.