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Old 19th March 2009, 07:21 PM   #1
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Default Targetware buildings

Another new building, again from the airfield near Munich, c1916.





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Default Re: Targetware buildings

Another building from the same site, an earlier hangar.
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The entire airfield from Schwerin-Gorries, 2.5Km X 2.0Km in size, contoured and painted. This was Fokker's development field during WWI.



So now I have somewhere to place the buildings.
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