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If you like superb colour photographs of control towers these are the books for you - inside you will find ruins, house conversions, museums, towers still in use for their original purpose of Air Traffic Control and many, many more.
Disappearing in increasing numbers as more old airfields are built upon or simply succumbing to time and collapsing in on themselves these books represent a serious attempt to record as many as possible of the remaining WW2 British airfield towers.

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Volume 1 includes 53 surviving WW2 control towers and Volume 2 has a further 66 different towers:
 
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Printed on high quality art paper with hardback covers these books are a joy to own and even if you only have a passing interest in these iconic buildings the high quality photographs contained within will keep you interested for hours.
 
These books are brought to you by brothers Theo and Frans Barten, no newcomers to professional book publishing they already have several series of automotive and military books in print, available at: narwal.eu
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.Fingers crossed there will be a Volume 3 with the last surviving control towers not already covered but there is only one way to make that happen - get on the Narwal website now and buy Volumes 1 and 2 at: controltowers.eu
 
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Aviation Book Reviews at www.controltowers.co.uk © robert truman December 2016 -
- All Along the Control Tower by Barten and Barten - updated 01/2017 -