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Late model English Electric Canberra or an export Martin B57 version?  Note the lack of the transparent nose cap for the Bombardier and also no side "peep hole" for the Navigator's shot on the stars.  Also the elongated canopy.  The Martin version also had the rotary bomb door.

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Late model English Electric Canberra or an export Martin B57 version?  Note the lack of the transparent nose cap for the Bombardier and also no side "peep hole" for the Navigator's shot on the stars.  Also the elongated canopy.  The Martin version also had the rotary bomb door.

 

 

Not exactly sure. 

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Late model English Electric Canberra or an export Martin B57 version?  Note the lack of the transparent nose cap for the Bombardier and also no side "peep hole" for the Navigator's shot on the stars.  Also the elongated canopy.  The Martin version also had the rotary bomb door.

 

This is a recon bird that was built in 1959, retrofitted with new gear in the 1980's and retired in 2006. It is now civilian operated. 

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VH-CZA Ansett's last Douglas DC-9 with great additional signage photographed at Tullamarine in July 1982.

 

 

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This close up shows the built in stairs deployed.  DC-9s had built in stairs at the rear too.

 

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