Original wartime caption: For story see Cl.621 Picture (issued 1944) shows - Here is the bus stop. The camp covers an area of 10 square miles and carried plenty of traffic. The rules and regulations plate carry such injunctions as "Tickets to Civvy Street must be booked three to fifteen years in advance!". "Dogs and flight sergeants must be kept on leads". Squadron Leader R.S. Hinder of Fleet Street was driving his jeep down the road with Flying Officer E. Johnson of Heston in the back when he was halted for a lify by [left to right] - Leading Aircraftman D. Ruffel of Easling; Aircraftman W.M. Pascoe of Falmouth; Leading Aircraftman A.E. Breeze of Cannock, Staffs.