ADELAIDE RIVER EMERGENCY LANDING GROUND (E.L.G.),
IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY
DURING WW2

 

Adelaide River E.L.G.

 

Plan of Adelaide River ELG

 

The Americans also used an other airfield on nearby Mount Bundy Station at Adelaide River. They may have referred to it as Payne Field.

 

Crash landing of a P-40 Kittyhawk
at Adelaide River airfield on 31 October 1942

 

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