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Description: The aircraft taxies and takes off, makes a number of passes over the airfield and lands, whereafter the camera studies Stirling PJ894 on the ground from various angles. At the end of the reel the aircraft makes further low passes, all good, before landing again.
Technical Details: Format: 35mm
Number of items/reels/tapes: 1
Footage: 1251 ft; Running time: 13 mins
Notes: Shot sheet held. A good film of the Stirling now unarmed and converted to the transport and cargo role. One of the aircraft depicted was filmed whilst being repaired following engine failure in May 1945. Records at the Air Historical Branch show the aircraft was repaired on site at Stoney Cross airfield.