As you can see where we parked and walked up the track, Akeman Street Roman Road (the farmer left the gate open).

History : work started in 1939 and It was developed as a Relief Landing Ground for No 2 Service Flying Training School at Brize Norton and came into use on 29 June 1940. Training aircraft, Harvard's and Oxford's, used the airfield to relieve congestion at Brize Norton.


Main Entrance Akeman Street RLG, Oxfordshire
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10 April 2005

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