BLENHEIMS FRAM QUEBEC

TOM SPENCER OUTLINES THE SERVICE OF THE BOLINGBROKE WITH THE RCAF

WORLD WAR TWO BOLINGBROKE

When someone points at a distinctive-looking wartime twin in a museum and utters the word ‘Blenheim’, they’re very likely wrong, but it’s a forgivable mistake. Apart from a Mk.IV under longterm restoration in Finland, all of the intact ‘Blenheims’ preserved are Canadian-built Bolingbroke IVs: that includes Duxford’s superb airworthy example.

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