Podington

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RAF Podington - History - Air Ministry Use
... The USAAF returned Podington to the RAF in July 1945 and the airfield was retained by the Air Ministry for storage ... As late as 1960, Ministry of Defence personnel were assigned to Podington looking after the well-being of several million sandbags ... millions of World War II sandbags, and the outcome of the investigation was the sale of Podington to private interests later that year ...
RAF Podington
... Royal Air Force Station Podington or more simply RAF Podington is a former Royal Air Force station located 6 miles (9.7 km) south-east of Wellingborough ...
Podington Castle
... Podington Castle, sometimes known as Puddington Manor Farm, was an 11th-century castle in the civil parish of Podington, in the county of Bedfordshire, England ... The castle was in ruins prior to the early part of the 17th century, when a new Podington Manor, now referred to as "Old Podington Manor", had been built just forward of ... The new Podington manor became a farmhouse in 1694, when the owners moved their residence elsewhere ...
Hinwick
... The hamlet is in the parish of Podington, which is sometimes called "Podington and Hinwick" and this parish was within the Hundred of Willey ... two miles south east of Hinwick are RAF Podington and Santa Pod Raceway ... mile north north east along the main road is the village of Podington ...
RAF Podington - History - USAAF Use - 92nd Bombardment Group (Heavy)
... Podington remained vacant until 23 September when the 92nd Bombardment Group (Heavy) moved into Podington from RAF Alconbury to allow the 482nd Bomb Group to be formed ... Squadron (UX) 407th Bombardment Squadron (PY) From Podington, the group flew almost 300 operational missions over Nazi-Occupied Europe ...