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Report - RAF Disforth - Abandoned Bomb Dump

Discussion in 'Military Sites' started by Ordnance, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Ordnance

    Ordnance Moderator

    Mar 19, 2007
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    First of all, RAF Dishforth is an active Army Airfield housing 9 Regiment AAC with Apache Attack Helicopters.

    However at the back of the airfield is an abandoned WW2 Bomb Dump.

    Red Line is boundary Fence of currant airfield. Not advisable to cross.
    Yellow Line marks the fenced boundary of the Old Bomb Dump, with a 4' 6" wooden gate at A

    At B is the Centrol Armourers Arming Area, and Disarming for Aircraft returning with bombs.
    Notice the currant users (A Paintball Club) Cam nets

    The main storage sheds are at C & D with area C being in better condition
    One of the rows at area D is filled with wreaked cars that were not there last time I looked

    Locations E, F and G are I think Detonator Stores with G also having a larger componant store
    E being the only location flooded (About 2 feet)

    These last 2 pictures show how close the dump is to the currant airfield.
    The Bomb Dump is to the right of the hanger containing Gliders and light aircraft.

    J are a collection of deralict buildings the wrong side of the fence
    M are wartime aircraft loading areas
    K is the location of glider hanger
    #1 Ordnance, Jun 18, 2007
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2007

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