As part of their history work on World War 2, the Wolves wrapped up warm and disappeared into the mist. Following a short walk from school, the Wolves found themselves standing on one of the original runways belonging to RAF Sudbury (Stn 174) which was home to the 486th Bomb Group from March 1944 to November 1945. Using a combination of Ordinance Survey and original site maps, the Wolves were able to identify the location of many of the buildings, including the control tower, which would have once stood on the site. There were also a selection of plane impressions as we walked the length of one of runways! The Wolves turned into historians upon the discovery of eyelets cemented in the ground in, what would have been, the maintenance area of the base. What were they used for?
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