Reconnaissance photograph showing open countryside with fields. Road runs top left to middle right and another from middle to bottom. The whole bottom half of the image is covered with craters. On the reverse 'WATTEN. THE WHOLE TARGET AREA HAS BEEN DRENCHED WITH NEW CRATERS. THE DETACHED BUILDINGS NORTH EAST OF THE MAIN BUILDING HAS TWO HOLES IN THE ROOF. THE ACCESS RAILWAY TRACKS UP TO THE EAST END ON THE MAIN BUILDING HAVE BEEN VIRTUALLY ELIMINATED BY MANY HITS, DATE, 8,7,44, UNIT, W.S., NEG NO., G95'.
One b/w photograph with typewritten note on reverse
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