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Ratcliffe Aerodrome

Ratcliffe Aerodrome was situated near to Ratcliffe College.

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During World War 2, the aerodrome was named No.6 Ferry Pool for the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) and became part of a network of around 14 ferry pools used to safeguard newly produced aircraft from the factories as soon as they were ready.

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