We have a variety of rare WW2 RAF vehicles at the Centre.
We have dedicated many hours and resources into sourcing and restoring these important parts of Bomber Command's history.
Explore our vehicles...
AEC Matador fuel bowser - A huge vehicle originally used to refuel heavy bombers on Bomber Command airfields.
Bedford OX & Queen Mary
A very rare unit originally used to move parts of aircraft from factories to airfields and to collect crash recovered aircraft.
David Brown airfield tractor - A workhorse of the airfield used to tow aircraft and bomb trains.
Fordson WOT1 crew bus The only one known in existence this is possibly the rarest item at the Centre, it was used to take crews to their aircraft ready for operations.
Fordson WOT1 Foam Tender - The Fire vehicle of choice providing fire fighting foam to an aircraft crash. Another rare vehicle this particular one was used in the final scene of Memphis Belle.
ATC airfield control caravan - always present at the side of the runway to give the green light this is another rare item that has undergone extensive restoration.