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Hardwick, Norfolk

Major
Also known as: Norwich / RAF Hardwick / USAAF Station 104
County: Norfolk
Current Status: Aviation / Farmland (main position) / Museum
Date: September 1942 - 6 August 1946; subsequent limited flying to present
Current Use: Limited flying
Used By: Civil (limited flying) / USAAF (main user)
Landing Surface Types: Paved, later paved/unpaved
Aircraft Roles: Bomber (main role) / General aviation (limited flying)

The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/09/2011):

  • 93rd Bomb Group Museum
  • Hempnall Parish Council
  • Shelton & Hardwick Parish Council
  • St. Margaret's Church, Topcroft

Main unit(s) present:

  • 93rd BG

  • 310th BG

  • 328th BS
  • 329th BS
  • 330th BS
  • 409th BS
001Decontamination Centre - 20 April 2008.png

Decontamination Centre at Hardwick, 20 April 2008. © Richard Flagg

002Sergeants Quarters - 20 April 2008.png

Sergeants Quarters at Hardwick, 20 April 2008. © Richard Flagg

003Officers Mess - 20 April 2008.png

Officers Mess at Hardwick, 20 April 2008. © Richard Flagg

003Squash Court - 16 April 2009.png

Squash Court at Hardwick, 16 April 2009. © Richard Flagg

004Aerial View of RAF Hardwick Airfield - 31 May 2009.png

Aerial view of Hardwick, 31 May 2009. © Richard Flagg

005Aerial View 2 of RAF Hardwick Airfield - 31 May 2009.png

Aerial view of Hardwick, 31 May 2009. © Richard Flagg

006Airmens Quarters (Building 310d) - 19 July 2009.png

Airmens Quarters at Hardwick, 19 July 2009. © Richard Flagg

007Runway 14:32. Looking north west from the runway 32 threshold - 20 September 2009.png

Runway 14:32, looking north west from the runway 32 threshold, 20 September 2009. © Richard Flagg

008Airmens Ablution Block (Building 321) - 18 October 2009.png

Airmens Ablution Block at Hardwick, 18 October 2009. © Richard Flagg

009Airmens Latrines & Drying Room (Building 223) - 18 October 2009.png

Airmens Latrines and Drying Room at Hardwick, 18 October 2009. © Richard Flagg

Decoy Airfield(s):

Hempnall

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