Monday, January 14, 2008

Photos of Air Bases in England Today

If you imagine it, you can hear the roar of the engines as Flying Fortresses line up to fly a mission to Germany. Many never returned.

The ruins of the control tower at Beccles.

One of the surviving murals that was painted in the 95th Bomb Group's Red Feather Club. The Horham Base is now a museum.

The 95th Bomb Group hospital at Horham today.

At an abandoned air base in East Anglia, a window overlooks a farm field nearby.

The control tower at one base has been redone.

Parham control tower, Open Day.

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