Langham Heritage Group
Pre-20th Century History
Social History in the 20th Century
Boxted Airfield (Station 150)
The 386th Bomb Group
The 354th Fighter Group
The 56th Fighter Group
Detachment "B", 65th Fighter Wing
They Lived in Langham
Sir Robert Balfour
Sir Laurence Merriam
Mary Edith Pechey
Clubs & Groups
Shepherd and Dog Pub
Local Medical Services
Rubbish & Recycling
Boxted airfield, with the line of the main runway still clear, picked out by the grassed area used in the Fly-ins. Langham Lane-Moor Road, comes into the photo diagonally from the left.
Wick Road crosses the photo, and Park Lane and School Road flanks this shot. This is the first air photo of the village I have seen since the loss of the orchards.
Langham Hall/Little Hall lies to the right of what appears to be a giant striped lawn!
Here Docura's Farm is on the extreme right, and Ashfield House/Whalebone Corner run down the left of the photograph.
The waterworks in Langham and the Stour valley. Docura's Farm is in the top left corner.
The breakers yard on Gun hill, with the A12 beyond is picked out here. Ipswich Road runs across the foreground, and Coles Oak Road flanks the photo to the left.
A view from above the A137 and railway line, towards Dedham Meade and straight road, Dedham
Langham is a village and civil parish in the north east of Essex, England approximately 5 miles north of Colchester - close to junction 28 on the A12.
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