A photo album taken by a photographer serving with 6 Squadron during WW1 has recently come to light after it was donated to Bungay Museum in Suffolk. Though I have yet to view the album, the Museum's curator, Chris Reeves, has permitted me to use any of the photographs contained in the album, so long as I acknowledge Bungay Museum as holding copyright. I have included her just two photos, the first being part of the front page and the second a rare photograph of a mobile photographic laboratory, used by 6 Squadron to process the plates taken by various aircrew members and print photographs of the targets to be used in artillery observation missions.
The End of an Old Friend
January 14, 2015
6 Squadron Royal Air Force is about to celebrate its 100th birthday, as it was formed on 31st January 1914 at Farnborough. It seemed a good time to st...