A friend of mine in Canada wants to find out about the crew of this particular Lancaster. The letter 2 after the figure N is a small one on the upper right hand of this. What he knows so far is that the aircraft was on its 28th operation when it crashed in Calais France on September 25th 1944. RAF Flight Lieutenant Edward Bennett was one of the crew. He is buried in Boulogne Eastern cemetery and two other members, he believes both from the U.K. are buried in Calais Canadian War Cemetery. He wonders how they ended up being buried in separate cemeteries? Ideally, David the researcher from London Ontario, would like to find the names of the entire crew and discover the nationalities of each. David belongs to the Royal Canadian Air Force Association London (427) Wing and they have been donated a model of this aircraft. The person who donated this View attachment 109207 View attachment 109207 has since died and it would be interesting for them to find out more about the crews history for a possible presentation. If anyone can help please let me know. Thanks, Chris.