I have a few posts about Turbinlite Havocs on the blog.
In this trail we head to the south once more, to the west of Harlow and to two wartime airfields, one of which played a major part in striking a blow at the very heart of the Nazi regime.
Hertfordshire is an area rich in commuters to both London and the technological towns of Harlow and Bishops Stortford. Being north of London, it is also close to Stansted airport, another ex World War 2 airfield.
It has some beautiful countryside, delightful little villages and quaint country pubs. It is also an area with a wealth of history.
Our first stop is a small airfield nestled in the heart of the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside behind the village that gives it its name, RAF Hunsdon.
RAF Hunsdon was built between October 1940 and March 1941, it was a constructed…
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