WW2 Airfields of Oxfordshire - Enstone


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Views of the airfield from the Tower
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A selection of hangars - all still in operational use
Nissan Huts still in use - in this case by a local Flying Club
Various views of the runways
External views of the Watch Tower
Internal views of the Watch Tower

Points of Interest:

Opened as satellite airfield for 21 OTU (Moreton-in-Marsh) on 15 Sep 1942.

Wellington bombers were the main aircraft to use the airfield (although some use by Martinets and Tomahawks).

Wartime flying ceased in Nov 1945, but 17 FTS detachment of Harvards & Oxfords remained until 17 Dec 1946.

Airfield now in use by local flying clubs and small industry.

Aerial View of Enstone airfield
Aerial views of Enstone airfield
Kingston Bagpuize