Royal Naval Air Stations & Norfolk Airship Fields WW1

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During World War One the Royal Naval Air Station at South Denes,  Great Yarmouth had a number of satellite airfields called Night Landing Grounds around the coast.

     Those in Norfolk were at (Sedgeford, Holt, Bacton and Burgh Castle,) most have totally disappeared. The RFC airfield at Marham also controlled landing grounds, in (Norfolk, Earsham, Freethorpe,  Gooderstone Warren, Mousehold Heath, Saxthorpe, Sedgeford, Sporle, Tottenhill and West Rudham. )

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1.Bacton 5.Marham
2.Burgh Castle 6.Mousehold Heath Aerodrome
3.Gt Yarmouth 7.Narborough
4.Holt 8.Sedgeford

Links:     Norfolk Airfields 1939-45 .  Norwich WW1 Heroes   .  Norwich Bombed   .   Zeppelins shot-down

Pilot's war images developed 100 years on

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