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Vulcan Air Base, Hanger, Rear Wall Detail

Exploring these buildings in the peace and quiet of the night over fifty years after they fell silent, I had to wonder what this training base would have been like in the early 1940's when it was a beehive of activity, filled with aircraft and hundreds of staff and students from all corners of Canada, Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere.

Want to learn more about the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan and these bases? Visit The Alberta Aviation Museum or The Nanton Lancaster Society and Air Museum.


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