|Pictures taken at the last
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Early visitors to Finningley circa 1937
Picture shows: on the left Ralph Scott, right unknown, Centre Jack Charlesworth who was killed in action in 1941 when his aircraft was shot down over the sea near Singapore. Thanks to Phil Scott, Ralph Scott's grandson for the picture.
Members of the AE flight taken on the airfield side of Elect. Eng. Sqn. Hq., Building 419.
Demob party Rose & Acorn
Photos circa 1957 to 1959 coutesy of Cpl, now Dr. David Free.
Ron Travers admin and bandsman 1951 to 1953
Meteor on ASP
ATC in front of hangar 3 (note runway designator board on top of tower,03 ). Pictures courtesy of Brian Cross 1953
JPHRF c1972 sent in by Rob Everitt
The names as I remember them from left to right:-
Jim Murphy, Chris Storey?, Ernie Collins, Glen Rooker, Bob W?, Bob Bishop, Bob Seaton, Trev Morris, Tug Wilson, Bob Everitt (me), F.O. Fozard and Joe Walsh also unknown JP pilot got in on the photo on the right.
616 Sqn. 1953 - 1955 sent in by Stan Davidson.
Pictures sent in By Norman Allinson GRSF
I’ve attached a terrible scanned photo that Andy Prince just sent me of WO Roy Williamson, top, and another of Jeff Stonehouse.They were taken after a Volleyball game against the Yanks when they were at Finningley in 1982 on Coronet exercise.
You won't recognise the old place
View of main gate, the Airmens mess would have been on my left, SHQ is the building on the right.
Looking towards the Airmens mess and barrack blocks, where the first picture was taken from, the guardroom is to my right.
The white gate posts in the centre of the picture was the entrance to the Airmens mess and barrack blocks.
The old main gates.