Last edited by ruxy; 19-04-2017 at 10:23. Reason: spelin
Another museum that may like it, is the Newark Air Museum:-
If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Are you able to reveal at which Oxfordshire airfield site the hangar is located?
1977 Snow Trac- Ex RAE bombing range runabout
1974 Unimog 406 Ex Bundeswehr Aircraft Tug
1943 Willys Jeep - Captain America
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Dave May - Colchester
Thereís an unusual church in Deepcut. Itís St Barbaraís, the garrison church of the Royal Logistic Corps (I meant, the RAOC!). The Church was built in 1901 to serve the Deepcut and Blackdown army training camps, and was dedicated as St Michael and All Angels Garrison Church. It was only in 1967 that the church was re-named St Barbaraís Garrison Church.
Built from wood and corrugated iron, itís an interesting, and quirky church. No good as an aircraft hangar though. As you would expect in a garrison church, it contains flags, memorial plaques, and has some wonderful stained glass windows. My REME father married his first wife, a WRAC, there in 1950 or 51.
It seems that the 'Corrugated Iron Club' - may have folded ??
Few years since I had a browse ,,
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