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  1. Stratford-upon-Avon


    Other location

  2. Sudbury


    Military site : airfield
    Situated between the villages of Great Waldingfield and Acton, the airfield was used by the 486th Bomb Group from March 1944 to August 1945. Facilities for administrative offices for the Combat Wing were also made available here and along with barrack...

  3. Sudbury (Constitution Hill)

    Sudbury (Constitution Hill)

    Military site : non-airfield
    Railway sidings probably linked the fact that this station was utilised by Quartermaster's Support. Exact location unknown.

  4. Sudbury (Derbyshire)

    Sudbury (Derbyshire)

    Military site : non-airfield
    Location centred on HMP Sudbury in the grounds of Sudbury Hall (building now owned by National Trust and includes the Museum of Childhood).

  5. Sudbury Town Hall

    Sudbury Town Hall

    Other location

  6. Sunninghill Park

    Sunninghill Park

    Military site : non-airfield

  7. Sussex Street Club, Sussex Street, Cambridge

    Sussex Street Club, Sussex Street, Cambridge

    Military site : non-airfield
    One of the American Red Cross Clubs in Cambridge, Sussex Street Club provided meals, snacks, information, lounges and games facilities for American Servicemen.

  8. Sutton Bridge

    Sutton Bridge

    Military site : airfield

  9. Swanton Morley

    Swanton Morley

    Military site : airfield

  10. Swindon


    Military site : non-airfield

  11. Ta Kali Airfield

    Ta Kali Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  12. Tafaraoui


    Military site : airfield

  13. Takeley


    Other location

  14. Tangmere


    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1917-18 as an RAF Training Depot Station (TDS), Tangmere was handed over to the US Army Air Service (USAAS) as a TDS for large Handley Page (HP) 0/400 bombers. ...

  15. Tanners Lane, Boldre, Hampshire

  16. Tantonville


    Military site : airfield

  17. Tarquinia


    Military site : airfield

  18. Tarrant Rushton

    Tarrant Rushton

    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1942-43 as an RAF transport base, Tarrant Rushton had three concrete runways, 50 hardstandings and four T2 hangars. Although allocated to the Eighth Air Force in 1942 as a potential transport or observation base, it was never occupied by...

  19. Taunton


    Military site : non-airfield
    To the west of Silk Mills Lane the agricultural land was levelled to build the largest supply depot in SW England for the Royal Army Service Corps. With its good rail network it was an ideal location for US Supply Division detachments....

  20. Taverham Mill Lakes

    Taverham Mill Lakes

    Crash site

  21. Tedder Close Memorial, Watton

  22. Teddington


    Military site : non-airfield

  23. Telerghma


    Military site : airfield

  24. Templeton


    Military site : airfield
    An Eighth Air Force Gunnery and Tow Target Flight were lodgers here in 1943-44.

  25. Termini


    Military site : airfield

  26. Termonfeckin, County Louth, Ireland

  27. Tetbury


    Military site : non-airfield
    Home to a Quartermaster Truck Battalion. Exact location unknown.

  28. The Bull Hotel, Trumpington Street, Cambridge

    The Bull Hotel, Trumpington Street, Cambridge

    Military site : non-airfield
    One of the American Red Cross Clubs in Cambridge, their Headquarters at the Bull Hotel provided meals, snacks, beds, information and shower facilities for American Servicemen.

  29. The Bull Inn

    The Bull Inn

    Other location

  30. The Manor at Hemingford Grey

  31. The Tavern, Belton, Norfolk

  32. Thelepte


    Military site : airfield

  33. Thetford


    Other location

  34. Thorne Court

    Thorne Court

    Other location

  35. Thorpe Abbotts

    Thorpe Abbotts

    Military site : airfield
    Home of the 'Bloody Hundredth’, a Bomb Group with a reputation for high casualty rates, Thorpe Abbotts was under USAAF control from June 1943 to the end of the war. Some of the airfield survives today, and the control tower houses the 100th Bomb Group...

  36. Thrapston


    Military site : non-airfield
    Home to support units. US forces were also based at the Ideal Clothiers factory on Oundle Road. The 303rd Bomb Group's hospital was also based at nearby Lilford Hall.

  37. Thriplow


    Military site : non-airfield

  38. Thriplow House Hospital

    Thriplow House Hospital

    Military site : non-airfield
    In 1939 Thriplow House was requisitioned and used as a convalescent hospital for British airmen. In 1943, following the stationing of the USAAF 78th Fighter Group at Duxford Airdrome, Thriplow House was turned over to the 78th FG and was used as a...

  39. Thruxton


    Military site : airfield
    Thruxton was developed for use by Army Co-Operation aircraft, before being upgraded to a bomber airfield. The 366th Fighter Group moved in in early 1944, flying missions in support of the build up to D-Day, before moving to the continent with other...

  40. Thurleigh


    Military site : airfield
    Built for RAF use in 1941-42, Thurleigh was initially used by RAF Bomber Command before being handed over to the Eighth Air Force. Its runways and hardstandings were improved, and the B-17s of the 306th Bomb Group began using the base. It was their...

  41. Tibenham


    Military site : airfield
    Tibenham was built in 1941-1942 by W and C French Ltd with a standard 2,000 yard main runway, and two other runways both 1,400 feet in length. Accommodation was provided for a full USAAF heavy bomber group in dispersed sites. Personnel of the 320th...

  42. Tilshead


    Military site : non-airfield
    A Replacement Control Depot was established here. Exact location unknown.

  43. Tintwistle Knarr

    Tintwistle Knarr

    Crash site

  44. Tiree


    Military site : non-airfield

  45. Tirstrup


    Crash site

  46. Tiverton


    Military site : non-airfield

  47. Toddington


    Military site : non-airfield

  48. Tonopah Army Airfield

    Tonopah Army Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  49. Toome


    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1942-43 as a bomber OTU satellite, first to RAF Cluntoe and then to RAF Nutt’s Corner, Toome had three concrete runways, 30 pan type hardstandings, and two pairs of T2 hangars. 50 concrete 'fingers’ were added for aircraft storage during...

  50. Torquay


    Military site : non-airfield