I have the full Second World War Territorial Army Record of Service of my father-in-law, Edward Crawford (1904 - 1984). In civilian life Edward was a Monumental Sculptor in Edinburgh. I am fairly new to WW2 Army Records of Service. Could someone please tell me the 1941 – 1945 locations of 466/135 (M) HAA Regiment Royal Artillery, or look up its locations in that period in either Routledge or Farndale. Edward’s Army Number was 1815898. His first posting was to 210 AA Training Regiment Royal Artillery, Oswestry On completion of training he was posted to 466/135 (M) HAA Regiment Royal Artillery, Newcastle upon Tyne. He spent the whole of his period of war service - 7 Aug 1941 to 30 Jan 1946 - in the UK, seemingly in the same “unit”. He was awarded War Medal 7999/45. The Commanding Officer, who signed his Notification of Impending Release was based in Dover on 1/12/1945. According to family folklore Edward spent some time billeted/on a gun in a London Park or in an area of London with Park in its name. I should be grateful for any info which helps me to find where, other than Newcastle Upon Tyne, 466/135 (M) HAA Regiment Royal Artillery was stationed in the period 1942 to 1945.