Gully Ravine Posted 21 November , 2011 Share Posted 21 November , 2011 Hi There is a question posed in post #124 of this 'Gallipoli' thread http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=156021&hl=lonetreegully&st=123 asking where the 'missing' aerial photos are from WW1. Behind the question is an assumption that there must have been many more photos taken than are currently available. (This certainly seems a reasonable assumption re Gallipoli - not sure about other areas). I did hear a rumour that old glass plate photos were being worked on (catalogued?) slowly and with limited resource after the war, but that this work was abandoned as the1939 conflict approached and they were 'buried in a hole at one of the RAF bases (Farnborough or Farnham?)'. Can anyone confirm / deny / elaborate please? Regards Keith Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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