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Picture Number373
Courtesy OfNorman Davidson
Year1917

Lenabo Forest - Lenabo Airship Base 1914-1919

This plan is courtesy of Great North of Scotland Railway Association who drew up plan.
The airship base was dismantled after the end of the war and the site taken over by the Forestry Commission along with some neighbouring land. Remains of bases and walls can still be found amongst the trees. Beware of holes, pits and other obstacles. Note that Lenabo Forest was sold by the Forestry Commission in the 1990s

Stories and details of the base are attached to this image - click on PDF below the image.

The stories were found in a file in Huntly Forestry Commission Office but no details of actual authors located.
Picture Added on 07 November 2008.

Comments

What a fascinating piece on the history of Lenabo! The pdf pages give such a good in sight and are certainly worth reading through!
Added by Bonnie Scougall on 21 May 2009.
Cool it was awsome when I was walking me and my big sis and dad were scared to go past the little hut :) :):):)
Added by Amy Duncan Age 8 on 14 July 2010.
As i work in the timber industry, , , working in the area at the moment, , never new about the history of the lenabo forest, , , have found it very interesting that the place i am working in has history...
Added by Eddy on 11 March 2011.

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