The Avro Channel at iModeler

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Just arrived on my front porch

Looks like H-K did their research with Mark Postlethwait's Dambusters research. They've got the first accurate markings and camo of Gibson's G-George (some minor but important variation on the factory scheme, limited to his airplane only). All [...]

Avro Vulcan B2 1/144 (GWH+Shelf Oddity)

This is my rendition of the early Vulcan B2 XH556 depicted as in No.230 OCU Finningley, ca 1962. The Pit-Road/GWH kit and excellent Fundekals decal set inspired me to tackle the Vulcan subject. To portray the early B2 airframe the kit had to be [...]

1/72 Avro Lancaster B.III

This is the Hasegawa kit that was released around 2005-06. The RAF group build inspired me to refresh my 1/72 bomber collection a bit. This one was too late for the party. I chose this kit over the new Airfix kit simply because it was on sale. [...]

100 Year RAF Anniversary GB Tamiya 1/48th Avro Lancaster Mk.BIII No. 617 Squadron Operation Chastise

16 May 1943, 19 modified Avro Lancaster Mk.BIII bombers take off from Scampton Air Field lead by W/Cdr. Guy Gibson in AJ G call sign "George" in the first wave. This flight consisted of 9 aircraft to hit the Mohne Dam, and secondary tar[...]

HK Models 1/32 Avro Lancaster Mk. I – a closer look

Somewhat overshadowed by all the recent frenzy about the Wingnut Wings’ big Lancaster, HK Models have been quietly working on completing their very own 1/32 kit of the famous RAF bomber. And now it’s here. Ready for release in December, the H[...]

Telford kit news: Wingnut Wings Lancaster 1/32 [VIDEO]

WnW 1/32 Lanc

Coming in 2019...

Avro 560 (Choroszy Modelbud 1/72)

Between two World Wars there were build a lot of various airplanes – the great time of pioneering. Sure, most of that constructions did not managed to leave any significant trace in the aviation history, so they are forgotten. But we have some m[...]

Avro 504 K

This beautiful Avro 504 K is a real classic and can be seen at the MOSI museum in Manchester, England. The 504 was designed in 1913 and was used as a standard trainer for RFC and later RAF during WW 1 and post war. Many were sold as surplus afte[...]

Fiddlers Green 1/33 AVRO Type F

Hello! Another model from paper. Sincerely, Vlad.