Re "Transatlantic Flight Pt 2", page 50, bottom of col 1 and top of col 2; TCA never operated Lancastrians. From Derek King's "Lancaster to York", page 1, last paragraph of col 3; "Contrary to many published histories, the TCA Lancasters were not Lancastrians, although they were even promoted as such by Avro in advertisements." Except for CF-CMS, which was based on a UK-built B. Mk. I, the remaining six were converted from Canadian-built B. Mk. XX's and were registered as Mk. XPP's (though it was a little more complicated than that!).
The Lancastrian correction is just too late for the next edition's 'Feedback' page, but is filed for the Autumn edition.
Discussion can be endless on the subject of whether if the manufacturer says an aircraft is a certain thing, then it IS—whatever historians might argue. However, as one who regularly disputes manufacturers' published dimensions, I am not in a position to argue that the maker's word is the end of the matter.