RICHMOND AIRFIELD
IN NEW SOUTH WALES
DURING WWII

 

I have previously found information that there was an Operations Building and Remote Receiving Building somewhere at Richmond during WW2. Could the "bunker" at Kurrajong Ridge in the Blue Mountains be the site of the Remote Receiving Building perhaps?

 

MILITARY AIRCRAFT CRASHES IN THE RICHMOND AREA DURING WW2

abt Jan 39 Richmond RAAF Avro Anson A4-36 (landed wheels up)
abt Feb 39 Richmond RAAF Avro Anson A4-18 taxied into Seagull A2-1 (see below)
abt Feb 39 Richmond RAAF Seagull A2-1 hit by taxying Avro Anson A4-18 (see above)
abt Feb 39 Richmond RAAF Avro Anson A4-31 (engine failure - forced landing)
abt Sep 39 Richmond RAAF Avro Anson A4-28 (Taxied into sandbag)
abt Sep 39 Richmond RAAF Avro Anson N4955 (Hit fence on landing)
abt Nov 39 Richmond RAAF Avro Anson A4-30 (involved in a ground collision)
18 Dec 39 near Richmond RAAF Avro Anson N 4887 (Crashed after night takeoff)
15 Feb 42 Richmond USAAF P-40 Kittthawk ?
abt May 42 Richmond RAAF Beaufort ?
abt May 42 Richmond RAAF A-20 Boston A28-2
abt Jun 45 Richmond RAAF P-40M Kittyhawk A29-307 (#43-5435)
abt Dec 45 Richmond RAAF F.Vc Spitfire A58-154 (EF559)

 

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