The Brabant village Oisterwijk and Operation Market-Garden
Two British Supermarine Spitfire’s on a airfield in England.
Left a British Short Stirling, one can really tell the size of this aircraft to the bicyclist below at the landing gear.
A small serie of photo’s of the airfield on September 13, 1944.
photo 1; The East part of the airfield with clearly visible in the upper left the construction of the taxiways. photo 2; North-East part of the airfield and Hulten forest with hangars at the southern edge of the forest. photo 3; North part of the airfield showing the runways.
photo 4; Former positions of heavy anti aircraft batteries (FLAK) in the area called ‘Klein Tilburg’.
photo 5; North part of the airfield with the Junkerhalle.
photo 6; The Junkerhalle.
photo 7; North-West corner of the airfield with personnel barracks and aircraft shelter area’s.
photo 8; West part of the airfield with in the lower-right corner the construction of taxi way’s and in the upper right aircraft shelter area’s with in top center the former positions of heavy FLAK.
photo 9; The former heavy FLAK positions from photo 8.