apologies to those who feel this is off topic but I know there are some military aircraft buffs out there.
When I was in Hardraw in Wensleydale last Saturday, preparing to set out for NP-006, I was somewhat startled by the low altitude overflight of a large slow-moving twin-engine propeller driven aircraft. It was in what I take to be military colours (green/camouflage) but did not have any obvious under wing markings. It was flying west at around 2000 ft, judging by the cloud base, between fells of roughly 2500 ft in height. I guess from its behaviour that it was on some form of training flight. As I watched it turned south before heading off in an easterly direction.
I’m no expert on these matters but I did notice it had rounded wing tips and conventional (rounded) tail and that it engines appeared to be rather close in to its fuselage, so I’m guessing it was a Bristol Blenheim. Can someone please tell me if this is likely? If so, would it be in service or is it part of a heritage flight? Where might it be based?