A British site that contains almost 8000 aircraft images.
The host site of this TBM Avengers archive.
The official Government of Canada site containing all aspects of civil aviation.
A site whose goal is to identify every serial number and to uncover the history of every Canadian military aircraft.
Canada’s aviation history publisher.
Eric’s aim is to promote the airshow industry, aviation in Canada and Canadian aviation.
A vast UK archive of thousands of transportation images divided between air and ground.
Line drawings and numerous images of TBM Avengers by several photographers aimed at modellers. This site is down for the moment, but will start up again the the new year.
The Shearwater Aviation Museum Library & Archives is located on Bonaventure Ave. at 12 Wing Shearwater, Nova Scotia. It houses over 13,000 documents including books, periodicals, photographs, technical manuals, newspaper clippings, blueprints, maps, videocassettes, artwork, memorabilia, and other archival documents. Most of the Library and Archives’ holdings document Canadian Maritime Military Aviation and its history.
The aircraft collection contains one RCN Avenger, BuNo 85861.
A chatty site that is chock full of details and anecdotes relating to TBM Avengers and their pilots, maintained by a former FPL pilot.
A page where you can plug in an N-number and receive available details.
A list and brief description of most of the Bureau Numbers associated with this collection of Avengers.
A database of military aircraft that have entered civilian hands from World War II to present. This is the site upon which this Avenger Archive is based. Scroll down to the end of Bombers to find the TBM/TBF Avenger.
An excellent starting point for those wishing to research warbirds.