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Wartime Langford Lodge By William Lindsay
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Wartime Langford Lodge describes for the first time in detail the circumstances of 48 aircraft accidents directly related to Langford Lodge Air Depot in Northern Ireland, covering the war years... More > 1942-1945. Combining aviation archaeology with meticulous research carried out over a period of 10 years, the author demonstrates that official records do not always tell the whole story. Featuring testimonies from surviving eyewitnesses, excerpts from official declassified aircraft accident reports, combined with “now and then” comparison photographs of the crash sites, William Lindsay has been able to tell the full story of each accident. A memorial in itself, this book now documents for posterity, not just the aircraft involved, but the most important part of each story, the aircrew.< Less
Paranormal Family Incorporated: Terror at the Snow Peak By William J. Smith
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Erica and William Smith are back as the paranormal investigative duo who with their spirit boxes, infrared cameras and milometers, investigate spooky goings-on, but when they move from investigating... More > houses to business and other establishments.This takes them to the Snow Peak;a ski-resort in the Poconos Mountains rumored to be haunted.The Smiths go up there for a family vacation and get more than they bargained for.< Less
Hut 203 - The Wartime Log Book of Doug Eastwood, an American civilian aircraft mechanic in Northern Ireland, during the Second World War, 1942 - 1944 By William Lindsay
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In Northern Ireland, during 1942, on the former grounds of the Pakenham Estate at Langford Lodge, a huge construction project had started to take shape, known officially as, PROJECT MAGNET. The... More > Lockheed Aircraft Company, had been in secret talks to establish an Aircraft Repair Depot, that could facilitate the reassembly, repair, and modification, of American produced aircraft. In June, the shores of Lough Neagh would soon begin to reverberate with the sound of American accents, as the first boat load of American civilian Lockheed technicians arrived in Ulster. Highly skilled aircraft mechanics, were initially put to work digging ditches, pouring concrete, and erecting buildings, until construction was sufficiently far advanced, to enable them to commence the work for which they had been contracted before leaving the USA. This small publication portrays the adventures of just one of these men, Douglas Haig Eastwood, an American civilian aircraft mechanic, from Pasadena, California.< Less
HUT 203 - The Wartime Log Book of Doug Eastwood, an American civilian aircraft mechanic in Northern Ireland, during the Second World War, 1942 - 1944 By William Lindsay et al.
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In Northern Ireland, during 1942, on the former grounds of the Pakenham Estate at Langford Lodge, a huge construction project had started to take shape, known officially as, PROJECT MAGNET. The... More > Lockheed Aircraft Company, in cooperation with the American and British Government, had been in secret talks to establish an Aircraft Repair Depot, that could facilitate the reassembly, repair, and modification, of American produced aircraft, that were in use with both American and British forces. In June, 1942, the shores of Lough Neagh would soon begin to reverberate with the sound of American accents, as the first boat load of American civilian Lockheed technicians, arrived in Ulster. This small publication portrays the adventures of just one of these men, Douglas Haig Eastwood, an American civilian aircraft mechanic, from Pasadena, California.< Less

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114 Treasures 114 Treasures By Jewel of Faith
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