Operation Lancaster

Operation Lancaster ~ 1946
35 ‘Pathfinder’ Squadron, Goodwill Tour of USA

Both Public & Private money was utilised to Fund the War Effort and appeals for Private Funding were made in the UK and in the British Commonwealth.  A “Price List” for the various Aircraft Types was drawn up which showed that Donations of a particular sum would entitle the Donor to have their name inscribed on a randomly selected production Aircraft of that Type.  During WW2, this concept was taken one step further, with larger gifts resulting in an entire Squadron being linked to the relevant Donor.


TL-D – TW872 – F/L Clarine – Aircraft in the Background in the Squadron Group Picture with W/C Craig Centre Front

Also known as the XXXV Madras Presidency Squadron, No.35 Squadron benefited from donations from the Madras Presidency (an administrative subdivision of British India) and was formally named “No. 35 (Madras Presidency) Squadron” in June 1942.  It is understood that No.35 Squadron was presented with at least 3 Handley Page Halifax by the Madras Presidency and the following markings were shown on the side of these Aircraft (serial numbers unknown):

  • Madras Presidency Coimbatore
  • Madras Presidency Kistna
  • Madras Presidency West Godavari

The term “Madras Presidency” was formally dropped from the Squadron’s title in June 1952.  Madras Presidency included the districts of Coimbatore, West Godavari & Kistna (now Krishna) in the present-day states of Tamil Nadu & Andhra Pradesh. The latter 2 Districts were named after the Rivers that flow through them.


Concept & Planning:
No.35 Squadron ~ ‘We Act With One Accord’
Gen_Ira_Eaker.jpgThe idea of a ‘Goodwill Tour’ of the USA seems to have been born in February 1946 after discussions with USAAF General Ira Eaker, who had Organised & Commanded the US 8th Air Force in the UK during WW2.  General Ira Clarence Eaker (13th April 1896 – 6th August 1987) was a General of the United States Army Air Forces during WW2.  Eaker, as 2nd-in-Command of the prospective 8th Air Force, was sent to Britain to Form & Organise its Bomber Command Collaboration.  However, while he struggled to build up his Air Power in Britain, the Organisation of the Army Air Forces kept evolving and he was named Commander of the 8th Air Force on 1st December 1942.  Group Captain Richard C M Collard was then placed in charge of ‘Operation Lancaster’ which would involve 16 Lancaster’s of 35 Squadron plus an Avro York (for the Special Advance Party and also loaded with Aircraft Spares).

On 27th May 1946 it was announced that 35 Squadron would take part in a Goodwill visit to the USA during July & August 1946.  The briefing included the following:
“The RAF has accepted an invitation from the United States Army Air Force to send No.35 Squadron of RAF Bomber Command to visit the USA to take part in Air Forces Day on 1st August.  The Officer in charge of the Operation will be Group Captain Collard, Station Commander of Graveley and the Squadron will be commanded by Wing Commander Craig.  The Lancaster’s will leave Graveley during the 1st week in July and will fly in Flights of 4 to New York. The route will be via St Mawgan (Cornwall), Lagens (Azores) & Gander (Newfoundland).  Ground Crews will travel by Air in an Avro York Aircraft.  No.35 Squadron was Operational during the greater part of the War and was the only Heavy Bomber Squadron to take part in the RAF massed Flypast over London on Victory Europe Day on 8th June 1946

C in C Sir Norman Bottomley was also to Attend at the Long Beach Celebration in California.  It was planned for July & August 1946 to coincide with US Air Force Day celebrations in the USA.  Pathfinder Charles Owen DSO who was the Pilot of a specially modified Lancaster TW909 ferried the AOC-in-C Bomber Command Air Marshal Sir Norman Bottomley (The Old Man) on the 1946 Goodwill Trip in a VIP Soundproofed Cabin for the Highlight of the Tour at Long Beach, Ca) and Set out from RAF Marham, (Nr Kings Lynn) Norfolk & Returning via Prestwick to Abingdon.


Formation Flying


Operation Lancaster a Goodwill Tour to the USA was to show the Americans some of the ‘British Flyer Boys‘ of Bomber Command that had helped win the War.  The 16 Aircraft detailed for the Goodwill Tour were painted in Tiger Force white with black undersides and wore the ‘Squadron Crest’. The Tiger Force colours FE (Far East) were already there for the Japan Theatre in earlier pictures but the Flying Horse Crest was added, on both sides of the Cockpit, just before their Departure for the US.

UniformsCommentThe paint scheme, White & Black, was originally meant for Tiger Force, (also known as the Very Long Range Bomber Forcethe proposed RAF Aerial Attack on Japan at the end of WW2.  No.7 Squadron, like No. 35 Squadron, was earmarked for that Operation and so, presumably, was also painted in those Colours. Tiger Force was to have been based on Okinawa and would have used Avro Lancasters, Avro Lincolns (the latest development of the Lancaster) & Consolidated Liberators.  The 16 Lancaster’s of 35 Squadron that went on the Goodwill Tour were the Squadron’s own Aircraft with a couple of late additions from other Squadrons.  In preparation for the Trip, all Airmen were fitted out with 3 Sets of Made to Measure Saville Row Dress Uniforms. See News Comment

35 Squadron –  Lancaster B.Mk.I FE Sqdn Code TL-F – TW880 W/C A J L Craig, DSO, DFC.
In WW2 its Halifax’s & Lancaster’s were coded “TL ” and the codes “TL ” remained in use until 1951 or thereabouts.
During the early months of the ‘Washington Period’ used the codes “FB“. (American post-War Military Assistance Programs loaned the RAF enough Superfortresses to equip several RAF Bomber Command Squadrons. The Aircraft were known as the Washington B.1 in RAF Service and served from March 1950 until the last Bombers were returned in early 1954) 35 Squadron FE’s was equipped for Fighting against the Japanese alongside the USAAF.TL-F_TW880Profile

B.I(FE) In anticipation of the needs of the Tiger Force Operations against the Japanese in the Far East (FE), a Tropicalised Variant was based on late Production Aircraft. The B.I(FE) had modified Radio, Radar, Navigation Aids, and a 400 gal (1,818L) Tank installed in the Bomb Bay.  Most were painted with White Upper-Surfaces developed to reflect Sunlight and thus lower the internal temperatures in the Tropical Sun (This gave little comfort when flying across the USA), and Black Undersides with a low demarcation between the Colours, completely omitting any Red Colours on the National Insignia in all cases to avoid confusion with the Hinomaru Insignia of the Japanese.

GoodwillTourAnnouncedThe RAF accepted the Invitation from the USAAF to send 35 Squadron of RAF Bomber Command to Visit the USA to take part in Airforce Day on 1st August 1946 at Long Beach, California.  The Squadron is equipped with Lancaster Aircraft of the type which was used in massed assaults against Germany and was to have formed part of the ‘Tiger Force’ which had been organised by the RAF for the Air Offensive against Japan from Okinawa.

The Officer in Charge will be Group Captain R C M (Dickie) Collard DSO DFC Station Commander of RAF Graveley, Huntingdonshire.  Collard then 35yrs old he was shot down over Germany in 1942 one of his Engines was out of action but he still tenaciously Bombed his Target.  He remained a Prisoner of War until liberated by the Russians.
The Squadron was to be Commanded by Wing Commander Alan John Laird Craig, DSO DFC.  The Lancaster’s would leave from Graveley about the end of the 1st week in July.  They would fly 2 Flights of 8 to New York.  The Route would be via St Mawgan (Cornwall), Lagens (Azores) & Gander Newfoundland.  Collard and a party of Ground Crew would travel by Air in an Avro York C-1 Aircraft Piloted by S/L Anthony B J Pearson.
No.35 Squadron was Operational during the greater part of the War and was engaged in many of the Major Attacks on the German War Industry.

This Squadron was the only Heavy Bomber Squadron to take part in the RAF’s Massed Flypast of London on VE-Day on the 8th June 1946.  35 Squadron’s S/L M J Beetham had Daily Telegraph reporter Mr Townsend aboard his Aircraft (TL-A – SW315)

Scheduled for July & August 1946, 35 Squadron Pathfinders Force RAF were due to carry out a Goodwill Tour of the USA with 16 Lancaster Bombers and an Avro York in Support.   The 1st Visit of Foreign Aircraft to the US since the Italian Aircraft visited the World Fair in 1933.  Craig developed Formation Flying in initially 3-Lancasters and built up from that to 6, 9 & finally 12 Aircraft. The 1st 12 Formation Flypast was Abroad on 4th May 1946 on the 1st Anniversary of the Liberation of Holland a much appreciative Nation after Operation Manna.  The nightly sounds of Raiding Bombers Flying over Holland during the War gave them ongoing hope of Liberation during the German Occupation.

My father Flt Lt Ron Thompson went on a Goodwill Tour of the USA with 35 Squadron just after the War (USAAF Day at Long Beach, California was the reason), and was also part of the 1st Fly-past over London to commemorate the end of the War (VE-Day). I have a photograph of all the Aircrew of 35 Sqdn in front of a Lancaster and his album of the Trip to the States.  He died in 1996.

The 18 Aircraft Air Crews & Ground Crew Passengers involved are identified as follows:-
‘A’ Flight ~
TL-A – SW315 – F/Lt M J Beetham, Group Captain (Pilot), B D Monks (Navigator)
W A Saxby (Navigator II), J F Scott (Signaller), R A Versey (Gunner), S G Cliffe (Gunner), G S Scutt (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew, G C Holt, Bennett, Blackburn, Hale, Hayward, Lockerbie.
TL-B – SW313 – F/O S W Barker (Pilot), W Haigh (Pilot), W F Philpot (Navigator),WR Stewart (Navigator), G A Wilkes (Navigator II), J K Woodward (Signaller), T H Blanchard (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Cragg, Mott, Owen, Pinnell, Planter.

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Tender Loving Care from both Air and the Ground Crew

Avro Lancaster TW657 TL-CR W Mathers (Pilot), S E L Sturgeon (Navigator), H M Smith (Navigator II), J E Wright (Signaller), CCC Wanbon (Gunner), J Thompson (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – C W Martin, Sgt Ashpool (Densbury, York), Barnes, Cook, Thomas,  York.

TL-C – TW657 – F/Lt Ron W Mathers
(Pilot 143 Maybury Road, Woking), Stuart Edmund Lucas Sturgeon (Navigator), H M Smith (Navigator II), J E Wright (Signaller), C C C Wanbon (Gunner), J Thompson (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – C W Martin, Barnes, Cook, Thomas, York,  Sgt   William ‘Bill’ Ashpool of Dewsbury, Yorks – was based at Graveley and went on the Goodwill Tour. Part of the Ground Crew, working on the Maintenance of Radar Equipment on board the 16 Lancasters
TL-D – TW872  – Aircraft employed as the Background in the full Squadron Picture. F/L  Ken Clarine (Pilot), R C Weeden (Navigator), GD Munroe (Navigator II), K Simmonds (Signaller), A T Pearce (Gunner), W C Phelps (Gunner), R J S Bruce (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Harris, Iveson, Lee, McGarry, Orme
TL-E – TW979 – F/O G B Hampson (Pilot), E E Bowry (Navigator) PD Saville (Navigator II), P N D Skingley (Signaller), A S W Orchard (Gunner), F G Boulter (Gunner). L J Carr (Flight Engineer)
GroundCrew – Audley, Davies, Jeffrey, Jenkinson, Tampling, Twining
TL-F – TW 880 – W/C A J L Craig, DSO, DFC Flight Crew, F/Lt Hardy?, F/Lt B W G Folgate (Gunner), F/L L T Walton (Gunner), F/L T Kennedy (Navigator), F/L G R Hawes (Navigator ll),   F/L J E Davidson, F/L J G Cooper (Gunner),
Ground Crew Sgt Tompkins, LAC Punt, F/S Blake & LAC Trainer, R Walne (Admin)

TL-G – TW869 – F/L L G Greig
(Pilot) H J Scull (Navigator), W A Jenkins (Navigator II), M G Roberts (Signaller), R H Luffman (Signaller), P P P Bentley (Gunner), R J C Ford (Gunner), R W Francis (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Barrington, Bennett, Murphy, O’Flynn, Sharples
Replaced by No.115 Squadron’s PA436 due to undercarriage retraction problems at the start of the Tour.

TL-H – TW878 –  F/O Timothy D Lamb
(Pilot from London), L Fawcett (Navigator), T B Gourlay (Navigator II), D A Baker (Signaller), D C Dunkley (Gunner), J A Hannafin (Gunner), H R Ward (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew, Bateman, Bennett, Card, Robins, Sayers

‘B’ Flight ~



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TL-L – TW892 – F/O Frank (Francis) J Cheshire RAF No.1474273 (aged 25 yrs) of Fagley, Bradford
(Awarded American Silver Star (DFC ) for Gallant support of  American Ground Force Troops in Normandy)  Frank received his Training at 1663 HCU at 7 Group Training Command RAF Rufforth from c.1944  Bombing/Fighter Co-op – Circuits & Bumps, Familiarisation, 3 & 2 Engine Landings, Bombing Practice, Local & Cross Country Flying.  He was Operational as Fl/Sgt with 158 Squadron from 26th October 1944 during the War flying the Halifax B Mk.III from RAF Lissett South West of Bridlington in the East Riding of Yorkshire c.1943 to August 1945.   Lisset was less than, 2 miles from the North Sea and made it the closest Airbase to Northern Europe.  Among its Halifax’s (and a great many passed through its hands) were 2 particularly distinguished specimens – Halifax IIIs LV907 “NP-F-Freddy”, or Friday the 13th, as it was named, and LV917 NP-C, Clueless, which was successively designated “NP-T-Tare“, “NP-H-Harry” and “NP-C-Charlie“.  These Aircraft both joined the Squadron in March 1944, and between then and VE-Day flew 128 & 99 (at least) Operational Sorties, respectively. Both of them participated in No.158 Squadron’s final Wartime Operation – an Attack on Wangerooge on 25th April 1945.
Crew – A J Simpson (Navigator), F/O K C Juckes (Navigator II from Bradford), J Wyer (Signaller), E A Gardner (Gunner), F Hulbert (Gunner F/O Hulbert of Middlesborough, Yorks) N Bevan (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Borg, Cpl Hanley, Juffs, Royce, Shirley, Wilkinson.
tl-mTL-M – TW659 – F/Lt J O Pennington (Pilot), L E McKenzie (Navigator), R Jenden (Navigator II), Ron Thompson (Signaller), C Davies (Gunner), C A Giles (Gunner)
C J Colvill (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Baxter, Butcher, Dawson, Elliott, Mason, Watkinson
TL-N – TW660 – F/O Carradine?, W H Cornelius? Jack? (Pilot), R Forsyth (Navigator), W C Murray (Navigator II), J W Redmond (Gunner), Flt/Lt P A Oxtoby (Gunner from Knaresborough), R E English (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Boyazis, Chappell, W/O Dickinson from Leeds, Johnson, Manning, Thorpe


TL-O Flying in Formation with TL-C in Foreground

TL-O – TW882 – F/Lt J R Dawson (Pilot), (Wilf Haig? Pilot) R A W Brooks (Navigator II), WO G Tipper (Signaller), WO R L Reeve (Signaller), R B Benton (Gunner), WO G E Stevens (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Appleyard, Dunn, O’Sullivan, Parkinson, Pollitt


TL-O (Oboe) TW 882 – Aircrew, remained with this unserviceable Aircraft when  at Long Beach

TL-P  – PA411   – S/L T S Harris DFC (Shorty) (Pilot), S Douglas (Navigator), J G Stratton (Navigator II), R H Leonard (Signaller), B J G Farmer (Gunner), E Wardle (Gunner), STG Price (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Diaper, Johnstone, Taverner, Wood, Wright, LAC Colin Earnshaw working on the Maintenance of H2S Radar Equipment on board the 16 Lancasters – Flying on both TL-L & TL-P
TL-Q  – PA414  – F/Lt N (Pete?) Stockwell, of Robin Hood Bay, Yorks (Pilot), R H Hardy (Pilot), A Barnes (Navigator), H Whittaker (Navigator II), D W Lambert (Signaller), J G Tait (Signaller), PT Freeman (Flight Engineer),
Ground Crew – Blake, Fallon, Mellor, Smith

TL-R John Edward Robinson’s Crew: W/O P H Sparling, F/O A Wilson, F/S N W Angel, F/O J E Robinson, F/L H G Bullen, F/S R Watson, W/O F Vaughan.

TL-R – TW870 – F/O John Edward Robinson: Earlestown, Lancs, d.1988 (Pilot), F/O A Wilson (Navigator), F/L H G Bullen (Navigator II), WO P H Sparling (Signaller), WO F Vaughan (Gunner), F/S R Watson (Gunner), F/S N W Angel (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Fitchett, Harnody, Lewis, McNicol, Sturman.
(Later to be the ill-fated Aircraft Piloted by  F/Lt Stockwell of the Gander Incident)
TL-S – PA835 – F/O Francis P (Paddy) Leadon – Francis b.1923 is still enjoying an active life at 96 years of age  (Pilot), A Brundritt (Navigator), D Thompson (Navigator), RD Butterell (Navigator II), L Rippon (Signaller), D Collins (Gunner), R Watson (Gunner) A Taylor (Flight Engineer)
Ground Crew – Bullock, Duncan, Instone, Mason, Ogston.

Avro York C Mk1 – MW234 Left Graveley on Friday 5th July 1946 with the Advance Party of Aircrew Piloted by S/L Anthony B J Pearson & Ground Crews and also included Group Capt Richard C M (‘Dickie’) Collard DSO DFC, as Officer in Charge of Operation Lancaster.


TL-M W/Op Fl/Lt Ron W Thompson, of Acomb, Yorks (WAG)
Log Entries for May 1946 reflect Formation Practice on 2nd/3rd May, a Formation Fly-past in Holland 4th May, Formation Practice 6th, 8th & 9th May, Formation Flypast 25th May in Aid of St Dunstan’s Church (Fleet St) and Formation Practice for the VE-Day London Flypast in Lancaster TL-M on 28th May 1946

W/Op R W Thompson Log Book Entry for May 1946

Other Squadron Personnel Members Gleaned from Articles to date – please advise if you have any corrections or additions
F/O Syd Barker
W/C Arthur Bernard? or Brenard
F/O Benton
F/L Jack Cornelius
Flt/Lt Gerry Dawson
F/O Fawcett of Sheffield
F/O W A Forsythe late of 2/4 Cockspur Street London, SW1
F/O Gardiner
F/L Gardner
F/O Gourlay
F/O Wilf Haig
F/O Wilf Jenkins
F/L Leonard
F/L Lewis
F/Sgt R E Lewis
F/L McKenzie
F/L Martin
F/O Stan Page
F/O Bill Philpot
F/O Redmond
F/O Seville
F/L Simpson
F/L Skingley
F/O Jack Smith
F/O Thompson
F/O Wilson
F/L Walmer
F/L R C Weedon

Ground Crew
WO  Stephen Appleyard – of Scarborough
Cpl   George Barnes – Sowerby, Yorks
WO Dennis Baker
WO Brooks
W/O Peter Bentley – Liverpool
WO George Davis – of Kidderminster
WO Dickinson of Leeds
LAC Dunnicliffe of Doncaster
Sgt   Grayson
Cpl   Gumbrell
Cpl   Hanley of York
LAC T F Harnaday
LAC Norman Hayward – of Plymouth
LAC T F Hornaday
LAC  James Hunter – of Donegal, Ireland
W/O Lambert of Sheffield
Flt Sgt R H Lewis
Cpl   McDuff
LAC Punt
LAC  Jack Rollit
WO Reeve
WO Montague Roberts
WO Scull
WO Smith of Leeds
WO Sparling of York
WO Stevens
Cpl   D C Sturman
WO J T Tait Born in Helena, Montana~
LAC Thomes of Barnoldswick, Yorks
Sgt   Tompkins
LAC Trainer
LAC Upsher
WO Vaughan


158SqdnCrest.gifA Memorial Sculpture to 158 Squadron in the form of 7-No. 8ft Tall Silhouetted Airmen made of 15mm thick Steel has been erected on Gransmoor Road, (RAF) Lissett to the Memory of the 851 Airmen who did not return from Operations at that Airfield.  The 7 Chain Links and the Motto ‘Strength in Unity’ signify the combined Strength & Co-operation of the Aircrew & Support Staff within the Squadron.   The Crew were Posted out to 35 Squadron on 17th December 1944.
Crew: Pilot Sgt Francis Cheshire, Navigator Sgt Ralph Kirk Raper, Air Bomber Sgt Kevin Juckes, Wireless Operator F/O Donald Joseph Lawrence RAAF,  Mid Upper Gunner Sgt D McMillan. Rear Gunner Sgt S J Smith, Flight Engineer Sgt D P Adamson

Graveley Airfield closed in 1946 but was again used in the late 1950s as a relief landing ground for Oakington.  After 1967 the Buildings were mostly removed and the land was sold for Farming.

12 responses to “Operation Lancaster

  1. What photo is it that you have?
    My Great Grandad was awarded the Path Finder Badge.
    I am collecting images of family to pass along generations to help them recognize where they came from.
    I appreciate your efforts


  2. Hi,

    Hope your well.

    Just noticed you’ve added that Frank was awarded a silver star. Don’t suppose you have any more info as to when he received that? Would love to know


  3. My father William “Bill” Ashpool was based at RAF Graveley and went to the USA on the Goodwill Tour. He seems to be missing from your list of personnel. Part of the Ground Crew, he was a Sergeant working on the Maintenance of Radar Equipment on board the Lancasters. I have a lot of Newspaper cuttings, Pictures and Souvenirs that he brought back with him.


    • Dear Malcolm, my father Colin Earnshaw was also Radar and no doubt our fathers worked, flew and socialised together if they were both with 35 and on Goodwill. I also have some photos of what appear to be possibly the radar mechs and if your dad was Sergeant then I can see one with stripes so I would imagine this person might be your father.
      It would be good to correspond, share memorabilia or just have a natter. Hope to hear from you. David Earnshaw


  4. This is a wonderful tribute. TL-S – PA385 – F/O Francis P (Paddy) Leadon – my father. He is still enjoying an active life at 96 years of age. Sincerest thanks, Dr Desmond Leadon.


  5. Hi,
    My dad was John Edward Robinson, Pilot of TL-R. He was from Earlestown, Lancashire.
    Sadly died in 1988. Spoke fondly of this trip.

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  6. Stuart Edmund Lucas Sturgeon who was Navigator 1 on TL-C TW657, completed ops with 582, 635 and 35 Squadrons including this Goodwill Tour of America, the VE Day Flypast in 1946 and the Battle of Britain Flypast, I currently have his logbook in my possession if logbook scans are required for research.


  7. My father Colin Earnshaw was also on the Goodwill Tour in 1946 and the VE Fly-past in London and he often told of his special memories and how well the Squadron was treated by their USAAF hosts. Colin was an LAC Radar Mechanic part of the Ground Crew. Sadly he died in 2012 but he left me his collection of Memorabilia Photos and clippings from the Tour which I also treasure. I would be very pleased to see my fathers name added to the list of Tour Members.
    Thank you


    • David, if you are on Facebook you can find me there, if not, let me have your email, regards Malcolm


      • Hi Malcolm, thanks for getting in touch and yes I would be pleased to share info and memories. I’m not on Facebook but I am on Linkedin. Would you possibly be able to contact me there. I’m always hesitant about posting my email on open websites. I’m sure you understand. Hope you don’t mind but I would be please to share notes. Ed might possibly pass it on if he doesn’t mind. Regards, David


  8. As the youngest son of Wing Co Alan J L Craig, may I thank you from our hearts for so doggedly pursuing these details, and gathering more and more information to commemorate these excellent crews. I know that my father, who died sadly too young, was thoroughly proud of this trip, particularly the high standards of all of the Air & Ground Crew that he led – he was one of the best, he expected the best, and received the right response. The generosity of the American Hosts was spectacular, particularly in comparison to the mean, unglamorous aftermath of the War at home. The Citizens of the USA had not been thanked enough for their support, and this was an opportunity to show that it really was much appreciated, and it really had had a profound effect.


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