RAF Honeybourne, Worcestershire MENU

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RAF Honeybourne due east of Evesham Worcestershire.
History: although sold off in 1946 the site is very well preserved.
Opened in 1941, a design still using the layout of the RAF expansion period of the 1930's but starting to change with new hangars located together in an semi-circle and with the technical site behind. Then the accommodation sites were dispersed to the SE.

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1 x J Type hangar (R.Flagg.)

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4 x T2 hangars.

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T2 hangar under construction.

RAF Honeybourne, Worcestershire MENU

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RAF Honeybourne, Worcestershire MENU

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24 April 1942                                                                                                               IWM

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RAF Honeybourne airfield site
RAF Honeybourne domestic site
RAF Honeybourne was designed a a training station for Bomber Command and was the home of 24 OTU (Operational Training Unit) from 1942 to 1945.

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Whitley V, VII.

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Wellington III.

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Anson.