Aerial view of Brawdy airfield, 11 April 1946. From the collections of the National Monuments Record of Wales: © Crown copyright: MoD.
This week we added images of thirty Welsh airfields courtesy of the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales. It therefore seems appropriate that our airfield of the week is Brawdy in Pembrokeshire. This Welsh airfield has a long history beginning in the Second World War and is now home to the Army at Cawdor Barracks. The airfield remains very well preserved and looks much as it did when the RAF left in the mid 1990s. Find our more about the airfield here.