Elvington: Air museum seeks £100,000 to restore WW2 tower
Summary by Ground NewsRAF Elvington control tower was saved from dereliction 40 years ago. Grade II listed building at Yorkshire Air Museum needs £200,000 of restoration work. Museum staff say it is a "living memorial" to the bravery and sacrifice of RAF Bomber Command. During WW2 servicemen from UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and France were stationed at the former RAF base.
Published 4 months ago · Elvington, United Kingdom
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