A drive to... Sherburn

Ken Ellis samples the extraordinary heritage of a thriving North Yorkshire aerodrome

Looking northwest with Breighton-based Miles Magister T9738 (G-AKAT) and Bücker Jungmann G-TAFF in the overhead. Below the Magister is the area used by the ATA and underneath the Jungmann the site of the northern ‘Blackfish’ factory. ANDY WOOD

No journey suggestions or a map to study this time. Your mission is to a fascinating and friendly airfield near Leeds and simply enjoy the aeronautical comings and goings.

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