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Enjoyed your site,my uncle owned Killymoon and my father had a tape factory within factory grounds,it operated 18 hours a day as part of war effort,I do have more details if you would like to see them
Great site. Spent half a day just scrolling through hoping to find out more about a Hancraft hut photo I saw on the Airfield Research Group website which is reported as being at Windyhill Road, Coleraine. I know that Windyhill Road runs toward the airfield at Limavady and wonder if this is one of the dispersed sites near the airfield? Here is a link to the image - www.airfieldresearchgroup.org.uk/forum/where-or-what-is-this/12254-is-this-a-military-building#145228 . Please let me know if you can identifiy it.
What a great site.
Do you have any information on what regiment was stationed at Shane's Castle for WW2. My grandfather was stationed there but I cannot find any record of him in any of the usual places. He would have been 58/59 years old but I don't think he was in the Home Guard. He may have been in a reserve or home front battalion. He served in the Boer war and WW1 but his service number changed for WW2.
Any help would be much appreciated.
I have just discovered this excellent website. The amount of work involved must be collossal. I have a few WW1 WW2 videos up on Youtube under Tom McClean. Brilliant work Andy. I will use your hard work as a reference. thank you.
Best wishes Tom
I stumbled upon your site while looking for info on narrow gauge railways & what a surprise. I had no idea of the extent to which Northern Ireland was involved in WWII. Your website is a fantastic resource & I will be back again & again. I was hoping that there might have been more about my Dad's regiment, the Royal Ulster Rifles
Hi, well done on a fantastic site! Having just finished researching the history of the old HF aeronautical communications station at Birdlip, Gloucestershire, I known only too well the effort and time that this work involves!
Great to see so much material on Northern Ireland aviation sites in the one place.