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From previous answers this is probably at RAF Duxford in the mid-1930s.

British Bomber 1930's poss RAF Duxford

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Armstrong Whitworth Whitley
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I would say an Armstrong Whitworth Whitley.

Somehow the uncommon nose section looks like a special variant, maybe a radar-equipped submarine hunter?

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  • $\begingroup$ The pictures show Armstrong Whitworth Whitley K7208, built as a Mk I, but used in 1938 as a prototype to test the aircraft with Rolls Royce Merlin engines. The nose and tail turrets were removed and faired over. $\endgroup$ – Michael Harvey Aug 18 at 12:25

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