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1970s (© David J. Smith)
RAF Honeybourne airfield
Airfield Today:
Agriculture, industry
Tower Type:
Watch Office with Met section 518/40
Tower:
In use as a house
Other Buildings:
Many
History:
11/41 to 03/42, Ferry Training Unit, Ferry Command, with Hudsons and Beauforts.
11/41 to 04/42, 1425 Flight, Ferry Command, with Liberators
15/03/42 to 07/45, No. 24 Operational Training Unit with Whitleys then Wellingtons. Many bombing and leaflet dropping operations flown by 24 OTU.
08/45 to 10/45, No. 21 OTU Wellingtons here from Enstone during runway repairs.
10/45 to /46, 107 Sub Storage Unit, 8 MU, for storage of Wellingtons and Hamilcar gliders.
RAF Honeybourne airfield
2003 (© Robert Truman)
RAF Honeybourne airfield
Airfield:
OTU
Opened:
10/41
Closed:
/46
ID Code:
HQ
USAAF Station:
N/A
Runways:
3x - concrete
Hangars:
1x - J Type, 4x - T2
County:
Worcestershire
Location:
5 miles E of Evesham
OS Ref:
SP112426
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Photographs © copyright as stated
RAF Honeybourne airfield
1990 (© David Hawes)
2003 (© Robert Truman)
RAF Honeybourne airfield
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