This is the cockpit to a Martin B-26 Marauder. The Marauder was known as the “widowmaker” at first due to its high-speed landing characteristics, with so many losses the training crews had the saying, “One a day in Tampa Bay.” But changes to the wings made it much easier to handle, and the Marauder ended the war with the lowest loss rate of any USAAF bomber. 5,288 were built. Note the absence of rudder pedals on the co-pilot’s side of the plane. The rudders folded out of the way to give the bombardier access to the nose. He had to climb through the cockpit to get there. All other engine, flap and trim controls are on a center-mounted pylon.
Photo via Lockheed Code One Magazine