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MILL FARM NIGHT LANDING GROUND

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The site of a World War One military airfield, near Mill Farm, established in 1917 and abandoned in 1919. Its main role was as an emergency night landing ground for aircraft belonging to 33 Squadron involved in intercepting German Zeppelin airships. During World War Two another military airfield (Kelstern Airfield) was built on a site half a mile to the north East of Mill Farm. Please see TL 29 SE 29 for details of the later World War Two airfield.

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