This is the gallery for Langham Dome Images.
The Blighty Belles
The History Boys
Steve Carver and his amazing aerobatics
BBMF - Fly Past Open day 2019
Queen's award for Voluntary Service
Langham Dome Recieves the Queen's Award for voluntary Service.
Celebrating the amazing work of our volunteering team.
The wonderful Cake Makers
How the projection and gun system workedBased on a sketch by Frank Phillipson. © Ugly Studios.
1940 - Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands, Belgium and France all fell to the German invaders. The European coast was now in enemy hands. Image shown courtesy of Prelinger Archives.
A photo of the Dome when surveyors undertook a report into its condition and need of repair. © The Morton Partnership.
The original Air Ministry drawing for the Dome Teacher. © Trustees of the RAF Musuem.
524 Squadron groundcrew at langham. © www.flypast.com.
A composite aerial photo of Langham in 1946. The village is surrounded by several living quarters. © Norfolk Record Office.
Image: Langham Dome in its newly restored condition © Matt Keal
Handy for getting around the airfield, bicycles were also used for sightseeing trips. On their trips to London, foreign servicemen had a special ticket.
Training continues despite the drop in temperature. © NIMH.
Giant icicles hang off a building at Langham. © NIMH.
The cold and sparse interior of a Nissen hut. © NIMH.
Dutch servicemen clearing the Cockthorpe road during the winter of 1946-7. Langham Dome is 300 metres to the left. © NIMH.
Dutch Officers at RAF Langham. © Bridget Newman.
Dutch trainees in the snow at Langham. © Bridget Newman.
Dutch trainees pose by the War memorial in Langham village. © Bridget Newman.
Dutch Navy trainees at Langham. © Bridget Newman.
The German Me262 became the first jet fighter to see combat in WW2.