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  • The Bungalow
    RAF Bawburgh - RGHQ 4.1
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 4924 words, 60 images and viewed 1,470 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... thousands of photographs to new storage facilities no pictures relating to RAF Bawburgh were found, and that the relevant indexes had been destroyed ... 4896587 4896591 Thankfully, the Grade II listed standby generator house at RAF Neatishead in North Norfolk, which it closely resembles, has survived in ...
  • Barton Bendish village sign (close-up)
    RAF Barton Bendish - Eastmoor Landing Ground
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 4799 words, 53 images and viewed 867 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... construction crews, as it disappeared after the construction was complete. RAF Barton Bendish - also known as Eastmoor Landing Ground because it ... offensive against enemy-occupied territories. 38 Squadron departed Marham for RAF Shallufa in Egypt in November 1940. From June until September 1941 ...
  • Airfield Dome Trainer at Langham
    RAF Langham
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1595 words, 39 images and viewed 1,430 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... associated with the airfield which, in July 1942, became an independent RAF station and was almost immediately put into Care & Maintenance in November ... -submarine patrol flights were also undertaken from the airfield. The RAF Y-Service helped with analysing and interpreting the Luftwaffe radio traffic ...
  • RAF Bungay (USAAF Station 125) - Memorial stone
    RAF Bungay - USAAF Station 125
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1283 words, 68 images and viewed 779 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... Constructed by Kirk & Kirk Ltd, it was planned as a satellite to RAF Hardwick but was still unfinished when the Twelfth Air Force 428th Bombardment ... Liberators of the 329th Bombardment Squadron, 93d Bombardment Group (Heavy) based at RAF Hardwick were also sent to Bungay. Their task was to prepare for ...
  • 100th Bomb Group Memorial
    RAF Thorpe Abbotts - USAAF Station 139
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2409 words, 100 images and viewed 1,223 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    Construction of the airfield, which was initially planned as a satellite for RAF Horham in Suffolk, commenced in 1942, but because of the rapid ... engine parts, a Willy's Jeep and a mural which came from RAF Bottisham in Cambridgeshire. 4111691 4111655 4111654 4111729 4111732 4111740 4111744 4111711 ...
  • Memorial to 491st Bombardment Group (H)
    RAF Metfield - USAAF Station 366
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1518 words, 50 images and viewed 1,160 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... Pickenham airfield > http://www.geograph.org.uk/article/RAF-North-Pickenham---USAAF-Station-143. On 15 July ... airfield was closed and turned over to the RAF, and subsequently abandoned, ie sold off and ... Mr Robert Richardson Jnr., who served in the RAF and was stationed in Palestine, Egypt and India, ...
  • Weather vane in Bracon Ash garden
    RAF Hethel - USAAF Station 114
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2159 words, 107 images and viewed 1,463 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... information including original drawings see: http://pillboxesinsuffolk.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/raf-hethel-defence-post.html. The post is said to have been ... It became a Personnel Transit Centre before being taken over by the RAF Technical Training Command until 1948, when the base was closed. Some ...
  • 93rd Bomb Group memorial at Hardwick airfield
    RAF Hardwick - USAAF Station 104
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2702 words, 65 images and viewed 1,426 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... Bombardment Squadron 409th Bombardment Squadron USAAF station units also assigned to RAF Hardwick were: 461st Sub-Depot 18th Weather Squadron 5th Station ... moved to Flixton aerodrome > http://www.geograph.org.uk/article/RAF-Bungay-USAAF-Station-125 where their aircraft were fitted with sophisticated ...
  • 466th Bomb Group memorial stone
    RAF Attlebridge - USAAF Station 120
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1538 words, 54 images and viewed 859 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... officer at Station 124 (Tibenham) > http://www.geograph.org.uk/article/RAF-Tibenham---USAAF-Station-124 also attended the concert. The group completed their ... Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). During WW2, the site - then known as RAF Hockering - was used for storing and supplying bombs to No. 2 Group ...
  • 44th Bomb Group memorial at Shipdham
    RAF Shipdham - USAAF Station 115
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 833 words, 34 images and viewed 693 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... of the airfield, the surviving buildings and the wall art contained therein | RAF Shipdham - USAAF Station 115
  • RAF memorial in Oulton Street
    RAF Oulton
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1091 words, 31 images and viewed 690 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... mainly Blenheims. By September 1942 the airfield had become a satellite to RAF Swanton Morley with the 88th squadron being based there. This unit ... old concrete track beside Church Lane. 4050245 4050353 In 2011, the RAF Oulton Museum was relocated from the Harness room, a tiny building adjoining ...
  • 448th Bombardment Group Memorial
    RAF Seething - USAAF Station 146
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2516 words, 86 images and viewed 652 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... Class A requirement for heavy bombers, the airfield was initially known as RAF 258 Seething. After the arrival of the United States Army Air Forces ... of the airfield, the surviving buildings and the wall art contained therein | RAF Seething - USAAF Station 146
  • Sign on building at industrial estate
    RAF Halesworth - USAAF Station 365
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2030 words, 44 images and viewed 777 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... Flying Officer John Alexander Cruickshank (210 Squadron RAF Voluntary Reserve , based at RAF Sullom Voe in Shetland), reportedly the last ... removed runways. 4051070 4051333 4051355 4051364 4052212 4051367 ----- The RAF Halesworth Memorial Museum houses an extensive collection of WW2 memorabilia, ...
  • Tibenham airfield (Norfolk Gliding Club) - 445th Bomb Group memorial
    RAF Tibenham - USAAF Station 124
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2315 words, 55 images and viewed 867 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS). In 1918, the Royal Air Force (RAF) was created by amalgamating the RFC and the RNAS. About thirty aerodromes ... . 4485913 4485918 4485898 4485903 4485923 4485935 4485909 In February 1942, the RAF Regiment was formed and given sole responsibility for defending all ...
  • Old direction signs at Fersfield Common
    RAF Fersfield - USAAF Station 554
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2910 words, 84 images and viewed 1,551 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... To begin with, the field was known as RAF Winfarthing and had the USAAF station number 140 but ... other WW2 airfields not much information is available regarding RAF Fersfield. The reason would seem to be that ... little success. Fersfield airfield was passed on to RAF No 2 Group, which used it as a ...
  • Common poppy (Papaver rhoeas)
    RAF Ludham - HMS Flycatcher
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2506 words, 70 images and viewed 1,121 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... suitable for establishing a formation and assembly base they turned to the RAF, and the Air Ministry proposed Ludham, the only location available ... to get to their fields. 2811958 2811937 4068404 2811942 4068401 2811905 4068399 RAF Ludham had two Watch offices (control towers), both situated near the ...
  • Memorial at RAF Docking
    RAF Docking
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1976 words, 50 images and viewed 872 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... time during the war: No. 235 Squadron RAF No. 500 Squadron RAF No. 320 Squadron RAF No. 521 Squadron RAF No. 206 Squadron RCAF (Royal Canadian Air ... in 1958. A stone memorial at the southern end of the former RAF Communal site, situated beside Brancaster Road, commemorates the personnel stationed here ...
  • 452nd Bomb Group memorial near Deopham Green
    RAF Deopham Green - USAAF Station 142
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 1811 words, 35 images and viewed 1,073 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... included Knettishall (Station 136) > http://www.geograph.org.uk/article/RAF-Knettishall---USAAF-Station-136 in Suffolk and Snetterton Heath (Station 138) ... > http://www.geograph.org.uk/article/RAF-Snetterton-Heath---USAAF-Station-138 in South Norfolk. The following squadrons ...
  • Coney Weston village sign (detail)
    RAF Knettishall - USAAF Station 136
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 4640 words, 36 images and viewed 990 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... the 560th Squadron from participating in the combat missions flown from RAF Knettishall. The merged unit at Fersfield was tasked with developing ... Forrest, the squadron took part in the "Aphrodite" missions flown from RAF Fersfield 561st Bomb Squadron - commanded by Col William LeGrande Chamberlin, ...
  • Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress "Sally B"
    RAF Horham - USAAF Station 119
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 5063 words, 97 images and viewed 1,297 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... , was however assigned to the 3rd Bombardment Wing and transferred to RAF Earls Colne in Essex before flying any operational missions from Horham. ... Group (Heavy) with their B-17 Flying Fortress bomber aircraft arrived from RAF Framlingham (Parham) and was assigned to the 13th Combat Bombardment Wing. ...
  • 490th Bomb Group memorial (detail)
    RAF Eye - USAAF Station 134
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 4554 words, 117 images and viewed 1,513 times. Updated 2 months ago.
    ... airfield construction. Each airfield cost about 900,000 to build. RAF Eye covers an area of approximately 135 hectares and is located ... Bombardment Squadron 851st Bombardment Squadron Additional USAAF Station units assigned to RAF Eye were: 477th Sub-Depot 18th Weather Squadron 329th Station ...
  • The Fenland and West Norfolk Aviation Museum
    RAF Stoke Holy Cross Chain Home radar station
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 4955 words, 121 images and viewed 1,714 times. Updated 5 months ago.
    ... Home stations equipped with 'Oswald' included RAF Stoke Holy Cross, RAF Great Baddow (Essex), RAF Dunkirk (Kent) and RAF Swingate (near Dover in Kent). By ... moved to Southbourne on 17 October 1943. 2737 Anti Aircraft Squadron RAF Regiment, Fairlop - moved to Sennen June 1943 with detachments at ...
  • Sign at the entrance to Boast's Industrial Park
    RAF Beccles
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 3280 words, 73 images and viewed 2,330 times. Updated 5 months ago.
    ... March 1946), flying Warwicks and Supermarine Sea Otters, the last biplane in RAF service, used the base for anti-shipping duties. Other units based at ... briefing rooms. Other buildings on the site are the Station offices, the RAF and Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) offices and latrines. The Norden ...
  • Ruin of  St Edmund's church
    RAF North Creake
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 2935 words, 88 images and viewed 1,756 times. Updated 5 months ago.
    ... Creake/Egmere was one of several airfields assigned to 100 Group RAF Bomber Command. This secret Group was tasked with developing what nowadays ... are very appropriately parked in a Nissen hut originally used by an RAF Maintenance unit, which was appropriated from a neighbouring industrial company. ...
  • The 96th Bomb Group memorial
    RAF Snetterton Heath - USAAF Station 138
    Article by Evelyn Simak, with 3017 words, 105 images and viewed 1,217 times. Updated 7 months ago.
    ... and Deopham Green (Station 142) > http://www.geograph.org.uk/article/RAF-Deopham-Green---USAAF-Station-142 in South Norfolk. The unit comprised the ... number of buildings, including several T2 hangars, on the Technical site of RAF Foulsham in North Norfolk, which they also occupy > http://www.geograph. ...
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