The Wartime Memories Project - RAF Barnton Hall



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RAF Barnton Hall was 9 Group Operations Centre Fighter Command, it was one of four such complexes built by the RAF in the early 1940s. Each complexes had three bunkers, typically a few hundred yards apart. One being the operations room, one the filter room, and the other a communications centre.

In the 1950's RAF Barnton Hall was re-named RAF Longley Lane



My friend recently had a house fire, and subsequently lost all the remaining photo's of her father, Norman Robinson who served in the RAF at Barnton, in Cheshire. I would appreciate any help you may be able to give me, in relation, to how I can go about finding any history on that particular base, and how to get in touch with people that served there.



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