Greencastle Airfield, Kilkeel, Co. Down
Greencastle Airfield opened for use by the Royal Air Force in 1942 but soon passed to the United States Army Air Force as a Combat Crew Replacement Centre.
Slieve Donard Hotel, Downs Road, Newcastle, Co. Down
The Slieve Donard Hotel was a popular resort in the bustling seaside town of Newcastle, Co. Down but during World War Two, it welcomed a new kind of guest.
Vegetable Plots, Castlewellan Road, Newcastle, Co. Down
Along the Castlewellan Road, Newcastle, Co. Down, fields became wartime vegetable plots as locals embraced the ideals of the 'Dig For Victory' campaign.
Ravenscroft Avenue, Belfast, Co. Down
Ravenscroft Avenue in East Belfast, Co. Down suffered great damage during the Belfast Blitz. Luftwaffe bombs left a huge crater in the residential street.
Queen’s Road, Belfast, Co. Down
Queen's Road runs through what is now the Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Co. Down. In 1941, Luftwaffe bombs rained down on the shipyards in the Belfast Blitz.
Newcastle Street, Belfast, Co. Down
Newcastle Street off the Newtownards Road in East Belfast was devastated in the Belfast Blitz of 1941. The top end of the street no longer features on maps.
Westbourne Street, Belfast, Co. Down
Westbourne Street in East Belfast, Co. Down suffered great damage as Luftwaffe bombs fell on residential areas near the shipyards during the Belfast Blitz.
Regal Cinema, Donaghadee, Co. Down
The Regal Cinema was a small cinema in Donaghadee, Co. Down showing movies and newsreels. It was a favourite for the Kindertransport children from Millisle.