Explore the Polish Wings Heritage Trail map to find out more about more than 25 locations throughout Northern Ireland with connections to the Polish Air Force.
96 Shore Road Balyhalbert Co. Down BT22 1BJ
During the Second World War, the famous 303 and 315 Squadrons of the Polish Air Force, were based at Ballyhalbert Airfield in Co. Down between 1943 and 1944
On 5th October 1943, Polish pilot Sergeant Henryk Andrzej Flegier died as a result of the crash of Supermarine Spitfire BL922 at RAF Ballyhalbert, Co. Down.
46 Blackstaff Road Kircubbin Co. Down BT22 1AG
The Commonwealth War Graves plots of three Polish airmen who served in the Royal Air Force can be found in Mount St. Joseph Cemetery in Ballycranbeg, Co. Down.
Roden Street Kircubbin Co. Down BT22 2QT
The grave of Rear Gunner Paul Wojciechowicz who remained in Northern Ireland following the Second World War is located at Kircubbin Cemetery, Co. Down.
19 Dunover Road Ballywalter Co. Down BT22 2LE
The grave of Leading Aircraftsman Stanislaw Denskowski who remained in Northern Ireland following the Second World War is located at Whitechurch Cemetery.
39 Old Movilla Road Newtownards Co. Down BT23 8HH
The Commonwealth War Graves plots of three Polish airmen who served in the Royal Air Force can be found in Movilla Cemetery in Newtownards, Co. Down.
5 Court Square Newtownards Co. Down BT23 7NZ
A memorial to the Second World War airmen of Polish Squadrons of the Royal Air Force stands next to the Cenotpah in the Co. Down town of Newtownards.
Belfast BT3 9JH
In 1942, Polish airmen Edward Lewandowski and Josef Antoni Pudulko died after separate incidents at RAF Sydenham in Belfast, now George Best City Airport.
Foxglove Street Belfast BT5 4SQ
A mural commemorating Polish General Stanisław Sosabowski and airborne troops stands on the junction of Beersbridge Road and Foxglove Street in East Belfast.
21 Talbot Street Belfast BT21 2LD
The NI War Memorial Museum on Talbot Street, Belfast contains exhibitions and artefacts relating to the history of the Second World War in Northern Ireland.
Northumberland Street / Beverley Street Belfast BT13 2HQ
A mural commemorating the Polish airmen in the Royal Air Force 303 Squadron stands on the junction of Northumberland Street and Beverley Street in Belfast.
546 Falls Road Belfast BT12 6EQ
The Commonwealth War Graves plots of several Polish airmen who served in the Royal Air Force can be found in Milltown Cemetery on Falls Road, West Belfast.
67 Malone Road Belfast BT9 6SB
The Polish consulate of Northern Ireland represents the political, economic and social rights of Polish people who travel, work and live in Northern Ireland.
Benburb Street / Frenchpark Street Belfast BT12 6HZ
A mural commemorating the brave Polish airmen serving in the Royal Air Force stands on the junction of Benburb Street and Frenchpark Street in South Belfast.
42 Ballymullan Road Lisburn Co. Down BT27 5PJ
On 11th September 1943, Polish pilot Warrant Officer Stanislaw Grondowski died as a result of the crash of Supermarine Spitfire W3427 near Plantation House.
Gate 3, 94B Halftown Road Lisburn Co. Down BT27 5RF
The Ulster Aviation Society at the former RAF airfield at Long Kesh near Lisburn is home to a vast array of aircraft and vehiles including a replica Spitfire.
Chapel Road Glenavy Co. Antrim BT29 4LX
The Commonwealth War Graves plot of Polish Air Force pilot Sergeant Franciszek Prętkiewicz is at St. Joseph's Graveyard, Glenavy, Co. Antrim.
32 Boghill Road Newtownabbey Co. Antrim BT36 4QS
On 11th September 1943, Polish pilot Sergeant Władysław Kołek died as a result of the crash of a Supermarine Spitfire near Flush Road, north of Belfast.
79 Church Road Newtownabbey Co. Antrim BT36 6DJ
The Commonwealth War Graves plot of Polish Royal Air Force airman Sergeant Pawal Naftali Hirsz Kuflik is at Carnmoney Jewish Cemetery, Newtownabbey.
Ballycarry Co. Antrim
On 9th July 1942, Polish pilot Sergeant Henryk Komenda died as a result of the crash of a Supermarine Spitfire near the village of Ballycarry in Co. Antrim.
Rasharkin Co. Antrim BT53 7EB
On 22nd August 1943, Polish pilot Jerzy Ryszard Tuczemski died as a result of the crash of a Supermarine Spitfire at Craig's Wood near Rasharkin, Co. Antrim.
Ballypatrick Forest Cushendun Co. Antrim
On 30th November 1940, Polish pilot Sgt. Franciszek Prętkiewicz died as a result of the crash of a Hawker Hurricne at Ballypatrick Forest near Cushendun.
Glenshesk Road Ballymoney Co. Antrim
Polish pilot Wing Commander Wladyslaw Eugeniusz Heller died as a result of an aviation accident. His plane crashed into a farm house near Knocklayd Mountain.
Rock Road Armagh Co. Armagh BT60 3NR
The grave of Squadron Leader Władysław Rogalski who remained in Northern Ireland following the Second World War is located at Armagh Presbyterian Cemetery.
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