Stalls (Open Days)

On Open Days there are normally a small selection of stalls and activities around and within the museum.  By far the largest is Hardwick Warbirds Flying Day (see their own website) which has a grass airstrip adjacent to The Museum.

Others include (listed in no particular order) :

  • West Norfolk IPMS Scale Model Club (International Plastic Model Society).

    You can find out more about their activities here (opens in a new window/tab).   Singe, Colin, Alan, Tug, Nigel and Mick, all from the Kings Lynn area.  There are no doubt others ...
    Model Crew

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Stall West Norfolk Models

  • Meco Militaria, 20th century military collectables run by Lee from Chelmsford, UK.  Specialist in WWII flight clothing and equipment.  Aircraft wreckology and home front items.
    Stall Meco Militaria

Stall Meco Militaria

  • TopSail Books, Aviation and Maritime Books Bought and Sold.   Des is based in Norwich, UK.
    Stall TopSail Books

Stall TopSail Books

  • Blitz and Pieces, bespoke framers, military art specialist, make your walls a picture by Tom who is based in the Norfolk, UK.  Tom said "I specialise in aviation and military art and also emphemera (paper items) from WW1 & WW2 and buy any paper items from 1900 - 1949".
    Stall Blitz & Pieces

Stall Blitz and Pieces

  • Military Vehicles: (on display in July 2013)
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Vehicle 1

Vehicle 2

Vehicle 3

A restored but not over renovated Base Camp Jeep.  Left as a workhorse.

Owner ?.
Vehicle 4

A Cheverolet CMP (Canadian Military Patrol) C8AHUW (Heavy Utility Wireless) 1943.  Marked [81].
Owner Jerry Hill.

If the owners can tell me more about their vehicles I would be pleased to post the detail here.


The 93rd Bomb Groups Museum has no direct business connection with any of the above societies or businesses apart from allowing them to operate at The Museum on Open Days.  Any dealing between you and them does not involve The Museum and The Museum bears no responsibility for any transaction.
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