The Lince from the NE side of the dismantled railway line
Barnsley Canal - Detail The surface of much of this section of the canal is covered by a green algae. The level of the canal had been raised the previous day by heavy rainfall by about eighteen inches…
|Title||Tarrant Rushton: old hangar, now barn An interesting conversion a former hangar building on the disused Tarrant Rushton Airfield now serves as a barn, and is filled with silage currently.|
|Photo's author||Chris Downer User stats Author's photos|
|Source||Wikimedia Commons image|
|Date||7 Sep 2008 00:00:00|
|Original size||640 x 480|
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Tarrant Rushton: old hangar, now barn An interesting conversion a former hangar building on the disused Tarrant Rushton Airfield now serves as a barn, and is filled with silage currently.
Tarrant Rushton: airfield war memorial This monument, to those who served from this now disused airfield during the Second World War, stands at what was the main gate.
Postbox, Windy Corner
Tarrant Rushton: memorial detail A close-up of 954042.
Postbox, Windy Corner Postbox and footpath sign near the Memorial at Windy Corner.
Plaque, Windy Corner
Plaque, Windy Corner Tarrant Rushton airfield played an important role during the second world war; Halifax bombers flew secret missions deep into Occupied Europe. Home to the Royal Air Force and the …
Memorial, Windy Corner
Memorial, Windy Corner Memorial to the men who served at Tarrant Rushton Airfield before and after the War. Tarrant Rushton played a crucial role in respect of the Special Operations Executive and in …
Plaque, Windy Corner
Plaque, Windy Corner Tarrant Rushton airfield played a major part in the Normandy landings of 1944, the first troops landed having been flown out of Rushton Airfield. An important role too at Arnhem a…
Tarrant Rushton, war memorial
298 & 644 Squadrons, RAF Sea Squadron Glider Pilot, Luton Drove, North Dorset District, Dorset, England, United Kingdom osm
|Street address||Luton Drove|
|City||North Dorset District|