Named WWII bomber seat

This seat is from an A-28 or A-29 Lockheed Hudson bomber named "Miss Carriage".

it is the radio operator/gunners seat.

The RAAF was very conservative in the naming of their aircraft in the early war period and this likely came from a USAAC aircraft that was handed to the RAAF shortly after the Japanese attacked pearl harbor.

This was found in Australia where the USAAC and later USAAF had several aircraft named "Miss Carriage" including a B-17E, B-17F, B-24D and B-26.

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