Derbyshire Scenes is a division of
Derbyshire Heritage Walks (Adrian Brown)
E-mail: enquiries@derbysheritagewalks.com



Derbyshire Scenes Home Home Other Services Derbyshire About Us FAQs Contact Us

"Just Jane", September 2014
The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby is home to one of the few surviving Lancaster bombers still able to move under its own power, NX611 "Just Jane". Although not currently able to fly, "Just Jane" is slowly being restored to flyable condition, and performs regular taxi runs at the Centre. These pictures were taken at the historic "3 Lancs" events in September 2014, the first time that three working Lancaster bombers had appeared together in the UK since the filming of The Dambusters in the 1950s.

10% of profits from sales of these prints will be donated to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, to help fund their work to restore "Just Jane" to airworthy condition.


To Dream Of Flight

"Your Chariot Awaits"

Warrior At Rest

Chadwick's Finest
Sizes And Prices
These prints come in a range of sizes from 6 by 4 inches up to 15 by 10 inches, with prices including free UK delivery starting at just 2.00. For prices including international delivery, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Many of these images are also available in our range of blank greeting cards. These are available in A5 size, and can be found here.


Help Just Jane To Fly Again!
Remember - 10% of all profits from sales of these prints will be donated to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre, to help fund their work to restore "Just Jane" to airworthy condition. So, by buying these prints, you are helping to get another Lancaster into the air as a memorial not just to all the aircrew of Bomber Command who never returned, but to all of those who served in the Command between 1939 and 1945, both in the air and on the ground.


"Bomb Doors Open"

Power And Presence


This website is © Derbyshire Heritage Walks, 2013.



Cookie policy

Like almost every other website on the Internet today, this site does use cookies. The only thing they are used for is as part of Google Analytics, so that we can tell how successful this site is at attracting visitors and which pages they look at most. If you don't want cookies on your system, then please don't view this site any further, as we can't change the underlying technology used by Google Analytics. We also suggest that you clear your cookies after leaving this site.