Lissett Field Wind Farm

Lissett Field Wind Farm


Bridlington, United Kingdom (GB)
RAF Lissett was a Royal Air Force station during the Second World War. Located just to the south of Bridlington, Yorkshire, England. It was named after the nearby village of Lissett.

In December 2008 a 30 MW wind farm housing 12 turbines each 125 metres (410 ft) high was constructed across the western end of the airfield. A memorial sculpture to 158 Squadron in the form of seven airmen has been erected to the memory of the 851 airmen who did not return from operations at the airfield.
RAF Lissett was a Royal Air Force station during the Second World War. Located just to the south of Bridlington, Yorkshire, England. It was named after the nearby village of Lissett.

In December 2008 a 30 MW wind farm housing 12 turbines each 125 metres (410 ft) high was constructed across the western end of the airfield. A memorial sculpture to 158 Squadron in the form of seven airmen has been erected to the memory of the 851 airmen who did not return from operations at the airfield.
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By: jbottero

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