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Dinasours of Aviation History by Mark Baldwyn
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Built in the early part of the 20th Century when airships were seen as the liners of the skys, these hangars at Cardington in Bedfordshire, England, were used to build and park airships nearly the size of the German airship Hindenburg. However, the British effort came to an end when the R101 crashed and burned in France in 1930 killing 48. The airship age finally came to an end in May 1937 when the Hindenburg crashed and burned in the USA.

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  • simba
    simbaover 6 years ago

    There fantastic,great work

  • Thank you Linda. I was in Cardington today. I searched for it on RB before I uploaded and saw your fine pictures of the village. I was stationed at Cardington for a while in the RAF some 20 years ago. Apart from this the site has been practically flattened.

    – Mark Baldwyn

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