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Report - RAF RAYNHAM, Raf SCULTHORPE and a old farm. North Norfolk. July 2013

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  1. norfolkexplorer

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    RAF RAYNHAM, Raf SCULTHORPE and a old farm. North Norfolk. July 2013

    Rather than bore you to death with 3 posts that have all been done to death, I thought I would whack the day trip into 1 report.

    Visited with my good side kick and mini me daughter, Theanonymousexplorer, Seeker and his wife.

    This was more of a jolly and time to have a play as it was the start of the school hols

    1st stop was Raf Raynham, this was good fun. Managed to have a little look around the boiler room and the officers mess before getting chucked out by the onsite security after getting spotted and grassed on by the lawnmower man.

    So next stop (after a short visit to the cock + pullit cafe was usaf/raf sculthorpe.... What a surprise we got here. After the usual walking around the HQ and police block, we headed up to the ATC tower and found a big red thing. We had a good look around and then headed of before we out stayed our welcome.

    The other side of Fakenham was our last stop, the old dairy farm. This was a nice little site with a few bits to shoot, but a day in the summer scorchio sun had taken its toll, and we headed of in our quest to find ice cream.

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  2. Tawny Fawn

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    Great report! Some really nice colours in your photos too. Makes me so sad when I see old pianos though, I'd love one!!! Was it playable or completely FUBAR?
     
  3. norfolkexplorer

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    It played to a degree, not sure it was music though, more like brown noise lol
     
  4. Mr Sam

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    I enjoyed Raychem although didn't quite see it all as someone from one of the units caught up with us and reckoned we would be taken off in the Paddy wagon if the owner caught us lol
     
  5. Bertiebassett

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    I wonder if the crash truck is there because the US Ospreys use the airfield on and off for training.
    good pictures.
     
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