We nipped in to Duxford on Sunday afternoon and had a look at the Lanc - luckily the lights were on because there was a family looking around and taking pictures inside the aircraft. Later on we had a chat with an ARC volunteer who was arranging the sit-in-a-spitfire event with PV202 in hangar 4 (?). According to him we weren't supposed to have gone and had a look in the Lanc viewing gallery as it's not open to the general public. Not sure what to make of that! Certainly the viewing gallery isn't publicised, except for the small sign shown above which you have to walk through the gates and across the gravel car park to read.
Originally Posted by Pen Pusher
PA474 didn't look much different to the picture further up the thread, except there were some areas on the fuselage, tail and wings marked out with tape. We will continue to nip back and see how it's getting on until we hear otherwise - hopefully ARC just hadn't briefed its volunteers about what access the public had to the gallery.
"A Flight is much like a short life.... So is a Life just like a, er , long flight...?" - Bernard Chabbert, Flying Legends, (Saturday) 2015.