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former RAF Newton Nottingham from the air

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aerial photograph of the former RAF Newton Nottingham England UK . Opened in 1940 the airfield was home to 103 Squadron flying Fairy Battles and then Vickers Wellington Bombers until 1941 when it became a training base. Training went on in one form or another until the year 2000. The airfield is now an industrial estate with plans for new homes to be built on the site.


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