Airfield of the Week - Carnaby

Photograph © IWM (CE161) 

Carnaby was built as a large Emergency Landing Ground during the Second World War. It was also used as a Relief Landing Ground for various RAF training units after the war and later became a base for Thor intermediate range ballistic missiles.

Now primarily used as an industrial estate, ABCT erected a marker at the site on 1st August 2014.

Find out more about Carnaby here: http://www.abct.org.uk/airfields/airfield-finder/carnaby-bridlington/

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