Sunday, June 22, 2008

Horham Then and Now, Part I

Up at four to work on the book. Downloaded some photos sent by James Mutton, the stalwart 95th Museum leader in Horham, and preparing to write. I'll be throwing in some photos of Horham then and now as time permits. Here are just a few that were handy.
MPs at guard box in Horham.
Today, a phone booth is near the spot of the box. Note wall behind box.A B-17 crashed at Green Farm, near the end of the main runway, setting the house on fire and killing all those on the plane.
The house was rebuilt. This is the new Green Farm. The bomb-laden B-17 crashed into the trees behind the house. Wreckage in the woods behind Green Farm.
The same spot today.

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