Please Note: This page was published in February 2020 as part of ATC100.
We've created a scrapbook to share photos of interest as we come across them. We'll add more to the wall over the forthcoming year. If you have something of interest you'd like to share - please get in touch. Click on an image for a larger view.
A Controller’s board
Airport House at Croydon
The first ‘little yellow book’
The last flight from Croydon
Air Traffic Controllers in the control tower at Croydon Airport are in constant telephonic touch with aeroplanes in flight
Aerial view of London Airport, 1925. Artist: Unknown. Image shot 1925. Exact date unknown.
James ‘Jimmy’ Jeffs at work Croydon circa. 1928
This Airco DH-4 operated a service from Londonis Croydon Airport to Paris
The wireless transmission room at Croydon Aerodrome, London, England which was re-opened in 1928
Where it all began – Air Ministry memo
Controller at work
Croydon Airport Control Tower
ATCO License number 1 – Jimmy Jeffs