British factory workers visit RAF Station Feltwell to see the Vickers Wellington Bombers they built, in action
England Date:1940 Duration:32 sec Sound:Yes
British factory workers visit Royal Air Force Station, Feltwell, in Norfolk, East Anglia, England, during World War II, where RAF Squadrons fly the Victor Wellington I Bombers they helped build. The factory workers walk up to a British Vickers Wellington medium bomber aircraft and meet flight personnel in front of the aircraft. The pilot shakes hand with the factory workers. Two crew members in the foreground. The nose of the Wellington Bomber in the background. A British enlisted man removes tarpaulin cover from stacked bombs. Steel scaffolds in the background. The pilot and crew members enter the Wellington bomber through the nose hatch. The factory workers watch as the bomber takes off on a mission to bomb Germany.
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