Bristol Hercules Engine

I took these photos of one of the Bristol Hercules engines owned by the Bomber Command Museum of Canada. This engine works and would have originally been mounted on a Handley Page ‘Halifax’ bomber. You can see it below being serviced by a member of the museum’s Halifax team who are working towards the goal of acquiring, restoring and displaying a Halifax bomber.

These were shot using FPP RetroChrome 160 film that was then cross-processed.
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