Marham Aviation Heritage Centre: Research
Within the AHC we hold many thousands of records and photographs, all of which are being archived and digitised to aid not only our recording of RAF Marham’s history, but to also aid researchers or those with an interest in our Station and those that have served here.
For the time being the archive in digitised format will be only available to those who can visit but our aim is to make the archive material available in a searchable online format.
Research of relatives who have served at RAF Marham is extremely important to us and we will endeavour to produce a detailed timeline of those who have served here, although this at the moment relates mostly to aircrew during WW2. This does not mean we will not endeavour to find out information for those that do not fall within that remit, far from it. As our archive expands, we hope to be able to provide more information to those that visit or contact us.
As researchers we do not restrict ourselves to looking into Marham personnel, although the priority is given to those that served here. If you have a flying log book that you would like us to explain, or chat about a relatives service outside from Marham please contact us as we are more than happy to research or assist you in researching anything you require.
One of our researcher is carrying out a project researching all of RAF Marham’s Prisoners of War, if you have anything you could offer to assist in this project please contact us. if you’d like to see how the project is progressing please try and visit …. the kettle is always on.
Within our archive we have an extensive library containing many and varied aviation-related reference books and several aircraft technical manuals, maps and Operational Record Book copies.
The research of RAF Marham’s history is an ongoing project, which is all part of the AHC’s constant programme of refreshing our collection and ensuring that any visit will be different and give further information to any repeat visitor, and our publishing programme, which we have launched with the RAF Marham book this year.
The Marham AHC research facility is available to all, if you would like to utilise this facility please contact us.