British family restores a bomber
The Lancaster bomber was considered one of the most effective aircrafts of the Second World War.
It became a formidable weapon of the allied forces against the Nazis.
But the pilots paid a high price for the victory.
At the war 44 per cent of all crews of those bombers have died.
Now in the world there are only two Lancasters left which still can fly.
The Pantone family of Lincolnshire is making great efforts to restore the other bomber.
The restoration of this aircraft has lasted for 30 years.