WHEN in 1925 the Airship Guarantee Company entered into possession of the remains of the old R.N.A.S. Airship Station of Howden, this once spacious and well‐equipped aerodrome was reduced, as a result of its post‐war vicissitudes, to a single airship shed standing in a sadly reduced area of marsh land, strewn with an infinite variety of debris, which the vendor's once enthusiastic clients had abandoned under the depressing influence of falling prices.
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