Tin can that once contained National Dried Milk from the Welfare Foods Service, operational during WWII.
Account of Meteorlogical Reconnaisance by RAF 518 Squadron during WWII
An account of Met sorties at RAF Tiree duirng WWII, with a map showing Met sortie flight patterns. Presented by Wing Cdr. Bryn Lewis at an RAF Historical Society seminar held in the RAF Museum, Hendon in April 2004. Includes a programme of events at the seminar.
Photograph of F/Lt Milne`s crew of 518 Squadron
Black & white photograph of the crew of an RAF Tiree 518 Squadron aircraft captained by Flight Lieutenant Milne during WWII. L-R: Sandy MacGregor (Australian wireless operator), Dave MacKenzie (Scottish navigator), Peter Rackliffe (English Met. Observer), Allan Milne (Canadian skipper), Derek `Derry` Dolwin (English w.op), Wilf Davies (English 2nd pilot), Joe MacGilvray (Australian w.op), Ernie Mailow (English engineer). (Original in filing cabinet 8 drawer 3)
Photograph of the RAF Tiree telephone exchange during WWII.
Black & white photograph of Derek Dolwin, Warrant Officer of RAF Tiree 518 Squadron, wearing headphones at (possibly) the telephone exchange at RAF Tiree around 1944. Derek was a member of the flight crew that took the metereological readings that facilitated the D-Day landing (see www.dolwin.demon.co.uk). (Original in filing cabinet 8 drawer 3)
Colour copies of a programme for a revue held at RAF Tiree and a dance ticket, 1945
Programme for a revue `Old and New` held in the Station Theatre at RAF Tiree in October 1945, and a ticket for a dance held at the `Palais de Danse` at RAF Tiree on 12/7/1945.