Writings on the walls in the attic at Woolpack Farm Conington.Made by Betty Toulmin (nee Sanders) Click the 'Text Show button.. LETTERS OF FLYING FORTRESSES
A. American Patrol B. Blues in the Night C. Chattanooga Choo Choo D. Don’t ever leave me E. Elmer’s Tune F. For the want of a dream G. Got any gum chum H. Happy Days Happy Months Happy Years I. ************ J. Juke box Saturday night K. Kasey would dance L. Love is all M. Moonlight Serenade N. Night & Day O. Opus One P. Padooka Q. Queen of Hearts R. Run Rabbit S. Sleepy town train T. Two o’clock jumps U. United V. Victory Polka W. Where in the US Army Air force X. I’m dreaming of a white Xmas Y. You’ll never know Z. Zoom Betty Sanders was 12 years old in 1944 when she wrote these writings on the walls of the attic at Woolpack Farm Conington, where she lived during the War. She used to watch the American Airplanes of 457-bomb group take off from Glatton Air Base to go on their bombing raids over Germany.
Date of coverage1943-1947
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