EAGLE FARM AVIATION SOCIETY,
THE LEGEND OF HANGAR 7
"20 July 2013 marks 70 years since the roll out and test flight of
a rebuilt Zero from the secret work carried out in Hangar 7"
"Hangar 7 is a unique structure built only to last
the duration of WWII, but she still stands to this day"
"Become a member to help support the efforts
of EFAS to ensure the preservation of Hangar 7"
" Members receive a name card with a photo of the Zero in
front of Hangar 7, so help commemorate the efforts of Allied
servicemen from 70 years ago and help preserve Hangar 7"
"Become a member today….We need you."
|ATAIU - Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit||AHQ - Aerospace Heritage Queensland||EFCHC - Eagle Farm Cultural Heritage Centre|
|Eagle Farm Airfield||Eagle Farm Women' Prison and Factory||Allison Engine Testing Stands|
The Eagle Farm Aviation Society, Inc. (EFAS) has been formed by AHQ - Aerospace Heritage Queensland to develop and then operate the Eagle Farm Community Heritage Centre located in Hangar 7 on the site of the old Eagle Farm airfield. This community heritage facility will be housed in the heritage listed “Hangar 7” which was used by the A.T.A.I.U. – Allied Technical Air Intelligence Unit during WWII.
Aerospace Heritage Queensland (AHQ) was formed with the assistance of the State Government to provide a single voice to Government on aviation heritage matters and to co-ordinate aviation heritage projects within Queensland. It is an amalgamation of several of this State’s present aviation and military museum/collection bodies. Its aim is to promote and provide a Brisbane based showcase for its members’ parent displays.
The Eagle Farm Aviation Society Inc. (EFAS) will work with the Brisbane City Council, the current owner of Hangar 7 towards establishing this community heritage centre. EFAS is working to secure the relevant lease for the hangar. EFAS will be responsible for the day to day management and operation of the facility.
Photo:- Sam Hepford Collection
Japanese "Oscar" flying over Hangar 7, at right, during WWII.
Hangar No. 8 at the left can be seen under construction.
Eagle Farm Airfield including location
of Hangar 7 and the Allison Engine Test Stands
EFAS is looking for new members, both individual and historical groups, to join us in the project. Basic membership is just $10.00 and meetings are held monthly. You do not need to have aviation or museum skills to be a member – enthusiasm for the project is a more important attribute.
If you wish to join EFAS, please fill in the EFAS Membership Form and post the completed form to "The Treasurer EFAS Inc" at the address shown on the form along with your Cheque or Money Order made out to the Eagle Farm Aviation Society, Inc.
click on the e-mail box below
EFAS Membership Form for New Members
EFAS Membership Renewal Form for Existing Members
TradeCoast Central Masterplan
TradeCoast Central Heritage
Japanese Aircraft rebuilt in Hangar 7 at Eagle Farm by the ATAIU
This page first produced 18 August 2008
This page last updated 19 July 2013