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Picture relating to Fenton Airfield - titled 'Fenton Airfield'
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Picture relating to Fenton Airfield - titled 'Fenton Airfield'
Picture relating to Fenton Airfield - titled 'Fenton Airfield'
Picture relating to Fenton Airfield - titled 'Fenton Airfield'
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    Fenton Airfield

    contributed by GraemeReid, taken on 2 February 1944
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    World War II Liberator bomber of 24 squadron based at Fenton 1944 under maintenance; Length 62 feet Wingspan 110 feet Weight 20 tons Max bombs 800 lb; Average juice tanks 3000 gallons Take off 100 gallons Crew 12. Scanned from a photo owned by my late father Bernard Reid who helped maintain the planes at Fenton Airfield. (day and month are approximate) The information above is from notes on the back of the photo which is likely taken at Fenton where maintenance was carried out.

    This picture is also part of the Bonzle Aviation (open in new window) photo collection.