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V1 Site at Val Ygot

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V1 Site at Val Ygot

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LandDEssex wrote a review Jan 2020
Essex526 contributions142 helpful votes
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It’s Free. A Nice forest area . Good for a walk around. V1 launch site from world war 2. Interesting .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chris C wrote a review Dec 2019
129 contributions10 helpful votes
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This is the only preserved V1 launch pad in France. 117 were in Normandy alone. They offer guided tours during summer. But just walking that amazing forest is impressive. The bombshell craters are still there. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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MariaDavidRobinson wrote a review Sep 2019
Walton-On-Thames, United Kingdom150 contributions47 helpful votes
This is a pretty well preserved V1 site in a forest, with a nice trail with info boards and lots of things to see. However the V1 and launch pad are reconstructions but still gives you a very good feel for what it would have been like. Apart from that everything is genuine, and
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Kimberley R wrote a review Jul 2018
16 contributions3 helpful votes
We arrived here around mid-day and pretty much had the place to ourselves. The children enjoyed following the numbered boards and reading the information boards. There are several buildings, some ruins and a replica V1 on the launch ramp. Very interesting site. Can spend about
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Date of experience: July 2018
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ianatcambridge wrote a review May 2018
St Ives, United Kingdom471 contributions229 helpful votes
In a forest with a small car park on the side of the road. A short walk takes you through to a range of buildings which have signage in several languages including English. The V1 launch pad pointing at London has an information board with description of workings. A
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Date of experience: April 2018
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