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Enola Gay Hangar

345 S Airport Apron, Wendover, Utah USA

While the Wendover Airport is still in use for general aviation and charter flights, a large portion of the grounds consist of the semi-abandoned remains of one of the most important Air Force bases from World War II. The small museum in the operations building displays a mix of authentic artifacts from the war and elaborate models of the base as it existed in the 1940s. (The museum can be hard to find, but it's in the blue-and-white building right next to the much more noticeable control tower.) Also on the property are several hangars that have been around since the war, including the prep site of possibly the most important warplane in world history: the ''Enola Gay'' B-29 bomber that ushered in the nuclear era with the bombing of [[Hiroshima]], Japan in 1945. The {{marker

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Enola Gay Hangar

345 S Airport Apron
Wendover, Utah
USA

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