The Invergordon Archive
John Robertson Year: 1939Handley Page Harrow taxying at Evanton, with a mixture of other aircraft in the background
The grass in the foreground is quite long, but the runways were mown short. At this time, aircraft were light enough to land on grass with very little additional ground preparation. Even during World War Two many airfields had grass runways.
Picture added on 22 November 2010 at 09:58
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