A former Royal Air Force (RAF) airfield can be
found in East Fortune, an expanse of land which has been converted
into an outstanding Museum of Flight and doubles up as a popular
The Museum of Flight in East Fortune.
A Festival of Flight is held there every July, with flights by
a range of aircraft old and new and re-enactments of World War II
air battles. There are often guest appearances by the Red Arrows
of The Royal Air Force.
The airfield is not the only
early 20th century history connected with East Fortune - East Fortune
Hospital (no longer in use) was where Edinburgh Tubercerlosis sufferers
were relocated to in oder to isolate them earlier this century.
The Museum of Flight is complimented by another
visitor centre heralding a twentieth century invention: Myretown Motor
Museum is close by at Fenton Barns, where a retail leisure complex is
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