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2002 (© Robert Truman)
RAF Bardney airfield
Airfield Today:
Agriculture, industry
Tower Type:
Watch Office for Bomber Satellite and OTU Satellite Stations 13726/41
Tower:
Used as offices
Other Buildings:
Few
History:
Opened as satellite to Waddington.
13/04/43 to 07/07/45, 9 Squadron moved here from Waddington with Lancasters. One of two Sqns dropping Tallboy bombs in daylight precision attacks. Lost 85 Lancasters on operations.
10/44, 227 Squadron formed here, moved to Balderton.
11/44, 189 Squadron formed here, moved to Fulbeck. Returned 04/45, moved to Metheringham 10/45.
1945, Transferred to Army for vehicle storage.
1959 to 1963, 106 Squadron Thor missile site.
RAF Bardney airfield
1982 (© Ian Woodward)
2002 (© Robert Truman)
1971 (© Peter J Broom)
RAF Bardney airfield
Airfield:
Operational Bomber
Opened:
04/1943
Closed:
/1963
Code:
BA
USAAF Station:
N/A
Runways:
3x - concrete, tarmac
Hangars:
1x - B1, 2x - T2
County:
Lincolnshire
Location:
10 miles E of Lincoln
OS Ref:
TF140712
Links:
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