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  1. dansgas1000

    Report - RAE Bedford 3x3, 8x8, Canteen - August 2023

    Introduction RAE Bedford has always been on the bucket list for me. Ever since I saw photos back in 2017 it is one I have always wanted to do but never thought I would ever get there or do it successfully, but we finally managed it in the end! I first tried it back in 2019 but couldn’t find an...
  2. KyroRetnik

    Report - Titchwell AFV Range/RSPB Titchwell - 26/05/2023

    Now a nature reserve for the RSPB, the Titchwell marshes used to be frequented by a different type of bird... the warplane. Titchwell Marsh was used during WW2 as an AFV range (Armoured Fighting Vehicle). When the tide is low you can catch a peak at the remains of two Covenanter tanks. It is...
  3. Toriii

    Report - Predannack airfield 25/07/2020

    I know this has been done a million times, but it’s the first time I’ve personally visited the airfield. It was so great to see some of the aircraft up close again! I was brought up in a military family so I was very use to being in and around air craft from a young age. My father even used to...
  4. CraigDryCider18

    General - Long Marston Airfield 27/11/19

    27th November 2019 I went with my brother and a friend to Long Marston Airfield near Stratford Upon Avon, a RAF base that was in use between 1941 and 1954. A great explore since it has been my first one in a while. Easy to get in to at the entrance there was a metal fence we walked around then a...
  5. NottinghamUrbexNewbie

    Report - Long Marston Airfield-May 2019

    History; During the war years Long Marston Airfield became the home to hundreds of Royal Air Force servicemen who operated the RAF’s Group of Ferry Commands in 1941. The RAF also provided training flights and missions to Gibraltar and the Middle East before the mighty twin engine Wellington...
  6. Alice o123

    Report - RAF Brunton Northumberland : 2018

    When searching for places to explore, I stumbled across this rather interesting abandoned site; An abandoned Northumbrian airfield about 10 miles north from Alnwick. It was opened in 1942 for the purpose of pilot training in Northumberland and contains 3 runways and many buildings and bunkers...
  7. Serenity4

    Report - Plane Graveyard, Lasham May 2018

    Plane Graveyard 2018 (Nigerian Government Plane) Our Visit: Living pretty close to this airfield we decided to head over and take a look at some abandoned aircraft. The airfield is still used so we didn't know how easy it would be to gain access or even get close. After finding our route in we...