KINGSTON AIRFIELD
NEAR BRISBANE, QLD
IN AUSTRALIA DURING WWII

 

Kingston Airfield was used by the RAAF as a Satellite field for Archerfield airfield during WWII. It was located at 27.39 Lat and 153.06 Long. The airfield was under RAAF control during WWII. It was sometimes referred to as Woodridge Airfield.

It was a Type B-1 airfield which meant there was one runway greater than 800 yards long.

 

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