Langham Dome

The Dome at the now disused airfield at RAF Langham in North Norfolk is one of the last few remaining structures, of which 43 were built in the UK during WW2, made to house the Dome Trainer – a war winning and essential invention used for anti-aircraft gunnery training. Only six remain but The Langham Dome is the only one which has been “saved†and converted into a visitor centre and museum – with a multitude of exhibits and films telling both the story of the technology and use of the then secret AA trainer and also the history of RAF Langham. This history covers RAF Langham’s use as a busy Coastal Command airfield in WW2 and its post war use during the early years of the Cold War.
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