The Vickers Wellington was Britain’s most capable bomber at the start of WWII and would see extensive service throughout the war, including with RAF Coastal Command. Undertaking long and arduous maritime patrols, Wellington Mk.VIIIs performed reconnaissance, anti-submarine and anti-shipping strike roles in the vital battle against German U-boats, helping to keep Britain’s sea lanes open and preventing Axis forces re-supplying by sea.
Technical Specification & Detail
|Dimensions||43.6 x 28.80 x 6.4|
|Number of Parts||177|
|Dimensions (mm)||L273 x W364|