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Wednesday, 15 June 2011

RAF Station 373 Part 2

Some of the buildings and runways / taxi tracks still remain at this site. Some of the buildings are still in remarkably good condition and are still used as sheds etc. Some are in an advanced state of collapse and will not be around for much longer. This post (and one to follow) has some pics of the remaining evidence.

Image 1: Part of the runway
Image 2: Access track to possibly an accommodation site although all the buildings have now been removed / demolished (site 10/11 on map on post 1)
Image 3: Remaining Nissan Hut (Site 13 on map on post 1)
Image 4: Remaining hut still in use, Harrow farm
Image 5-8: Remaining huts near Harrow Farm
Image 9-12: Pump station for water supply












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