The 390th Bomb Group
Memorial Air Museum


The following pages are designed to give more details of the 390th BG 's time at
Framlingham during the second world war and of the Memorial Museum which keeps the memories alive.

Station 153.........As it used to be!

........And as it is now.


This site is not connected with the museum but is done purely as a tribute to the very many young men who gave their lives or health to overthrow Nazi tyranny


It is split it into two main parts. The base and personnel as it was during the war and how it is now. The "how it was part" will expand as I get the time and inclination to add photographs and to this end if anyone, especially a Veteran or family member who has and wishes to pass any photographs that they think would enhance the site, I would be pleased to display them for the benefit of everyone.

Please Email them as attachments if possible with some details as to what they show.

Why not join and support the Museum?

It's not expensive and easy to do, plus you get the "Framlingham Times" sent to you!!
The Museum itself now has it's own excellent site where there are more details. If you are interested in similar museums, many are listed here

The Museum Treasurer may be contacted on

01728 724 562.
From overseas miss out the '0' and add 44 for the UK or write to:-
Kath Kindred
Park Farm

This free museum makes a first class day out and is open every Sunday from the first Sunday of March until the last Sunday of October between 11am & 5pm. 
Additionally, in June, July and August it is open each Wednesday between 11am and 4pm.

The Museum has recently opened a large new extension in the style of a 1942 building with Crittal windows and Fletton bricks.
There is a replica barrack room,large new tea room and gift shop
plus lots of new exhibits and displays.
The Museum also now has its own Facebook page with many photos of the 390th and 8th AAF