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Old Shoreham airport
Shoreham airport
postcard unused
contributed by Emily Carter [Hove]
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Old Shoreham
Shoreham airport
postcard used 1938
in house archive 21
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Old Shoreham
Shoreham airport
postcard unused
in house archive 21
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Old Shoreham
Shoreham airport
postcard unused
Anderson collection
Card used in display, exposed to sunlight
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Old Shoreham Shoreham
Messerschmitt Bf 109E
crashed in wheatfield
photograph 13 August 1940
IWM ©licence No.HU88398
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ref- HU88398



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Brighton, Hove & Worthing Airport, Shoreham

Founded in 1910, it is the oldest airport in the UK and the oldest purpose-built commercial airport in the world
Air Crash
22 August 2015
A Hawker Hunter jet taking part in a display crashed onto the A27 killing 11 people.

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