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Taking Off: The Growth of Aerial Activity in World War One

Posted  6 June 2017 in News  
By Liz Robertson
National Museum of Flight

WW100 Scotland invites you to attend an event within the unique premises of 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force.

You will have the opportunity to see inside this building, which has changed little structurally in the past 100 years, to hear how Scotland and Scots played a part in the development of aerial warfare in WWI, and to see some interesting items from Montrose Air Heritage Museum.

Entry is free but places are limited so early booking is advised.

Date and Time

Tue 13 June 2017, 19:00 – 20:00 BST

Location

No 603 ( City of Edinburgh) Squadron, 25 Learmonth Terrace, Royal Auxiliary Air Force, Edinburgh, EH4 1NZ

What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?

Limited on-street parking is available near to the venue. A number of local and regional buses serve Queensferry Road, from which Learmonth Terrace is accessible.

Mobility access?

Attendees are informed that ability to climb stairs (approximately 20) is required. Due to the age and nature of the building, there is no wheelchair or lift access.

Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn’t match the person who attends?

Yes, but please contact barry.wood@gov.scot know in advance of the event.

For more information and to book your place visit Eventbrite

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