North Coates is a village in Northern Lincolnshire and was home to a RAF Aerodrome which is now disused. During WW2 it became home to various squadrons and commands including Coastal Command and was also home to a squadron of aircraft and men from the Royal Canadian Airforce.
The airfield is now home to the North Coates Flying Club.
|Another old red 'phone box, being used as a book depository.|
|The village enjoys a (fairly) regular bus service.|
|The Parish Church.|
|Alongside the village cemetery is an area devoted to the graves of young airmen who|
died flying aircraft out of RAF North Coates during WW2.
|A number of the headstones remember pilots from the|
Royal Canadian Air Force.
|Small thatched cottage.|
|An old Chapel.|
|Grain store at the farm.|
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