International Bomber Command Centre 1940's Day 2018 - Colin Brammer Photography Lincoln Sleaford

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International Bomber Command Centre 1940's Day 2018

Part of the RAF 100 Celebrations

  • The IBCC Spire

    The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) - an interpretation centre and memorial.

  • The aim of the IBCC is to tell the personal stories of members of the RAF Bomber Command, ground crew and civilians impacted by the bombing campaigns during the Second World War.

  • Shadows in the Spire

  • The Main Walkway.

    The Spire Memorial was erected on 10 May 2015. It is based on the dimensions of the wingspan of a Lancaster bomber, being 102 ft (31.09 m) high and 16 ft (5 m) at the base. The Spire was officially unveiled in October 2015 to an audience of 3,600 guests including 312 Bomber veterans.

  • Least We Forget

    The Spire is encircled by walls carrying the names of all 57,871 men and women who gave their lives whilst serving in or supporting Bomber Command. This is the only place in the world where all these losses are memorialised.

  • The BBMF Lancaster pays respect by flying over the IBCC.

  • 1940's Day

    Once a year the City of Lincoln and the IBCC hold a 1940's Day. A Salute to days-gone-by with music, re-enactors and vehicles from the period.

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