Churchill's British Resistance - The Auxiliary Units


Roadwater Auxiliary Unit and their Operational Base

Roadwater patrol

back l-r Jim Beaver, Len Coles, Walter taylor, Wilf Parsons
front l-r Stan Beaver, Charlie Burge

Roadwater Operational Base1

Lodge rocks OB

Roadwater Operational Base2

Treborough Quarry OB

(Thanks to Bob Read for the info above and Martin Kender for his help)

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