is the second furthest hanger and by far, the one in worst condition. Much
of the roof has collapsed despite the fact that the massive timbers and cable
reinforced trusses supporting it are all still quite intact. The rubble has
been pushed out into a huge pile to the right of this shot, making finding
one's way around the interior in the dark much easier.
Wondering what this place was like in the 1940's when it was in use? Visit The Alberta Aviation Museum or The Nanton Lancaster Society and Air Museum to learn more.