The Aberdeenshire Council Ranger Service will take a tour around the remains of WWI Longside airship base in Lenabo on Sunday 26th March from 11am – 1.30pm.
Although the conifers are overgrown, the foundations of the three anchor sheds (323-711 feet long) can still be laid.
This site used to be a huge undertaking with administrative, domestic and engineering facilities all close by.
Why this 950-acre estate was chosen is a mystery.
Having been cleared by thousands of workers with the help of steam shovels and bucket cranes, from thousands of tons of wet peat, it took just under a year for the base to be ready for operation.
This is a little known story that deserves to be heard again.
The entrance is located between the Euroforest signage and participants can book to attend through Eventbrite.
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