Coleby Grange - 307 Squadron

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Reference WMO/266614


Boundary Cafe


Coleby Grange


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Status: Lost/missing
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Attached to a building/structure
Description: Framed
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Wall-Mounted "Certificate" Which Bears Inscription. The whereabouts of this memorial is uncertain, since the Boundary Café, closed for business late 2017, and the site has been sold for development
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307 Nocny Dywizjon Mysliwski "Lwowski"/ Polskie Sily Powietrzne/ 307 Squadron Of The Polish Air Force/ Operated De Havilland Mosquito Nf Xii Night/ Fighters From/ Raf Coleby Grange/ During 1944./ It Was The Only Polish Airforce Squadron To/ Be Formed In Lincolnshire,/ At Kirton In Lindsey In September 1940./ Amongst Its Original Aircraft Was The Defiant Fighter N1671/ Now On Display In The Raf Museum At Hendon/ Za Nasza Wolnosc I Wasza/ For Our Freedom And Yours.

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