RAF Chilbolton Part 2

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RAF Chilbolton Part 2

Postby Hydealfred » Sun Dec 02, 2012 9:30 pm

Here is Part 2 of RAF Chilbolton -

Staunton Shelter Escape Hatch

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Internal view of Staunton Shelter

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Shown on the site plan as a General Purpose Hut

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This is the remains of Tomahawk 112 G-REPM

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One of the longer sections of runway that remains

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Some of the runway light housings remain in place

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Pillbox Defenses

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Tomahawk 112 G-PRIM in front of the stations Gymnasium

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Nissen Huts

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The Operations Block

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Braithwaite Water Tower

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Perimeter Track

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General view on a cold winters day

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Thanks for looking :)
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Re: RAF Chilbolton Part 2

Postby Xplumberlives » Mon Dec 03, 2012 10:27 am

Thanks Richard.
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Re: RAF Chilbolton Part 2

Postby Jigsaw » Mon Dec 03, 2012 8:13 pm

Brilliant. Thanks for those mate :ymapplause:
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