B-24 Liberators and artifacts I have photographed at museums and air shows. The examples at RAF London and IWM Duxford are the sole remaining B-24 Liberators in England, and I was able to photograph both during our England trip in 2008. There is a beautiful B-24J displayed in a hangar at the Pima Air Museum.
The Warhawk Air Museum is creating a display to honor B-24 veterans using the cockpit and turret removed from a PB4Y-2 Privateer.
Willow Run, Detroit 2010
Boeing Field 2011
Paine Field 2012
B-24D 42-72843 “Strawberry Bitch”
NMoUSAF May 2018
B-24J 44-44175 “Bungay Buckaroo”
Pima Air Museum 2017
Note that the Bungay Buckaroo and American markings appear on the left side of the plane, while Indian Air Force markings are on the right side of the plane.
B-24M 44-51228 “Dugan”
Imperial War Museum Duxford 2008
Imperial War Museum Duxford 2019
B-24L 44-50206 Liberator B.VI “Flying Bee”
RAF Museum London 2008
B-24D / B-24J nose display
Mighty 8th Museum, Savannah 2013
This was created by combining the nose from an early B-24D 41-11874 with the cockpit of a later model B-24J-5-FO 42-51457. It is painted to represent a real aircraft, 42-40506 Fightin’ Sam of the 389th BG.