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CURRENT PROJECT

The Den Barnwood is dismantling the World War 2 No.10 Hangar at the Common Wealth Air Training Base in Dauphin, MB. The No.10 Service Flying Training School was opened here as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan March 5, 1941. Due to structural failures, it now requires dismantling.

 

We will be offering the reclaimed wood to purchasers who want a piece of this history. Please see below for wood availability and dimensions!

WW2 No. 10 Airplane Hangar

The school was closed April 14, 1945 in accordance with the BCATP agreement. The agreement had reached its end and, as a result of the progress of the war, was not renewed – thus closing those BCATP stations that Canada decided it had no use for. 

Own a piece of history

Available to Purchase

AVAILABLE WOOD

Douglas Fir (1941)

Beams and Planks:

5",7",9" shiplap wall boards, spruce/fir mix 

Interested in owning a piece of this heritage?

Fill in your information below, along with what you would like to purchase, and we will get back to you with a price.

Tongue and Groove Fir Roof Decking

1.25" x 6'

1.25" x 8'

Both in lengths up to 15' with fresh ends. 16' full length. 

Other Available Sizes

6x19x30' 

8x12x12'

3.5x13' 

3.5x15'

2.75x12x14'

2x12x24' 

6x9x10' 

6x7x10 

6x6x9' 

4x9x16' app.  (spruce)  

And more...

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