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Alan Patient of

Stone: Robin Waterston

Erection date: 29/9/2009


{Beneath the Royal Air Force badge:}
In memory of Flying Officer Robin McGregor "Bubble" Waterston of No 603 Squadron Aux. A.F. who lost his life near this spot on 31st August 1940 in Spitfire X4273. He was 23 years old. One of Churchill's few. Memorial dedicated on 29th September 2009 by the Shoreham Aircraft Museum Kent. 

Site: Robin Waterston (1 memorial)

SE18, Repository Road, Royal Artillery Barracks

The flowers behind the 'No Entry' sign are tributes to the murdered soldier Lee Rigby. We are sure that in time we will be back here to see his permanent memorial.

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Robin Waterston

Pilot. Born Robin McGregor Waterston in Edinburgh. He joined 603 Squadron, Au...

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Shoreham Aircraft Museum

Founded by local enthusiasts, whose passion for the Battle of Britain period ...

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