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Hotel, terminal building and hangars at Croydon Airport, Waddon, 1932

Britain From Above

These two young sisters aged four and 17 months, were pictured boarding a Zurich-bound plane at Croydon aerodrome in 1938. They were travelling on their own, to be met by their aunt upon arrival.

Travel in a bygone era

These two young sisters aged four and 17 months, were pictured boarding a Zurich-bound plane at Croydon aerodrome in They were travelling on their own, to be met by their aunt upon arrival.

Croydon Airport opened 1915. The final scheduled flight from Croydon departed at 6:15pm on 30 September 1959 followed by the last aircraft (a private flight), at 7:45pm. The airfield officially closed at 10:20pm.

Croydon Airport opened 1915. The final scheduled flight from Croydon departed at 6:15pm on 30 September 1959 followed by the last aircraft (a private flight), at 7:45pm. The airfield officially closed at 10:20pm.

Croydon Airport & RAF Croydon Airfield

Croydon Airport Anson on the roof! G-ALFJ after engine failure on take off, luckily no-one was hurt.

Vintage Croydon Airport Advertising A3 by VintagePosterShopUK

Vintage Croydon Airport Advertising A3 Poster Reprint

Woodcock (Keith) ‘Imperial Airways Croydon Airport in the 1930

Woodcock (Keith) painting: Imperial Airways Croydon Airport in the Handley-Page

Imperial Airways linked the Empire before the outbreak of World War II, before being folded into BOAC.

Imperial Airways ad - This was the early British commercial long range air transport company, operating from and serving parts of Europe but principally the Empire routes to South Africa, India and the Far East.

Three wounded , but optimistic british girls with thumbs up after August 15´s bombing in Croydon airport, London. 1940

Three wounded, but optimistic British girls with thumbs up after August bombing in Croydon airport, London.

10th May 1937, Croydon, London, Winston Churchill arrives at Croydon Airport, from a visit to France

10th May 1937, Croydon, London, Winston Churchill arrives at Croydon Airport, from a visit to France

Jews being arrested in the throws of Kristallnacht, the Night of Broken Glass.

Jewish refugees from Czechoslovakia being marched away by British police at Croydon airport, South London, England, March

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