Journey down the Runways of Britain’s Wartime past (Trail 13)

The control tower and other major buildings are now relegated to the history books and fading memories, but as the summer sun and cool breeze wafts across the open skies above Norfolk, it is easy to picture lumbering bombers, fueled and crewed waiting for their turn to depart. With the roar of labouring engines now long gone, peace has returned once more to this little corner of Norfolk.

However, the 27th September 1944, saw the worst operational day of any single group. What happened to the Mighty Eighth on that fateful day?

Read on to find out more…

Memorial dedicated to the 445th BG

Memorial dedicated to the 445th BG

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