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  1. dansgas1000

    Report - RAF Upwood, Cambridgeshire - July 2019

    Hi all, this is my first report on forum, so any constructive critisism would be greatly appreciated! RAF Upwood was a non-flying RAF base that opened in 1917 and was in use for two years until 1919, and then again from 1936-2012. Since closing, the site has been used for airsoft by a company...
  2. D

    Report - RAF Church Fenton, Leeds. July 2019

    First time visit to this sprawling base. I have read quite a bit about what was there previously and thought I should see for myself, some guidance from a friend who has been here a few times now, There are a large number of buildings all in serious states of mindless vandalism, with holes...
  3. 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...
  4. oleo.21

    Report - RAF Kenley, Officers Mess - Surrey - May 2019

    Haven't seen this posted on here in years so I thought I'd do an update on it. Kenley Aerodrome isn't abandoned and the airfield is still in use for those flying Gliders. They also have a flight sim and the Air Cadets 450 squadron is based here. The Officers Mess building is however now lying...
  5. PHOTOGER

    General - SHETLAND Ops/Tech RAF SAXA VORD WW2

    With Shetland being the most northerly point of the United Kingdom it made for quite a strong point for monitoring the ocean and areas between there and Norway watching for enemy ships and air craft. Id love to be able to provide you with more information on this specific location but i do...
  6. Scho264

    Report - RAF church fenton - 2016

    History The station was opened in 1937 and during the Second World War was home to air defense aircraft, a role retained by the station until the 1960s when it became a training station. It closed in 2013 and is now a civilian airfield known as Leeds East Airport. The explore Visited on many...
  7. BakesFinds

    Report - Abandoned RAF Sheds Buildings 2nd World War Sywell

    This one blew my mind as I knew nothing about it, desire going past it hundreds of times and for 8 years living 5 minutes down the road from it!!!! In my car with a friend she asked have you been to the abandoned RAF sheds in Sywell thought she meant The Aerodrome!!! It is so well hidden, I...
  8. apcyberax

    Report - RAF Newton - August 2018

    More picture at https://droneexploration.co.uk/raf-newton/ We also recorded 360 videos and GoPro helmet cam video so I might add that later when I get it all uploaded. Enjoy
  9. KyroRetnik

    Report (Permission Visit) RAF/MOD Sculthorpe

    I live nearby, Great Bircham. I often cycle to the airbase because I mess about up there with my friends. Here are my photos. Hope you enjoy! RAF Sculthorpe is a military training facility for the United Kingdom's Ministry of Defence, about 3 mi (4.8 km) west of Fakenham in Norfolk, England...
  10. Alice o123

    Report - Abandoned Northumbrian Airfield-Brunton: 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...
  11. D

    New here:)

    Hi guys, I’m new to this website but I’m not new to exploring, I’m based in Lincolnshire and have been to several different abandoned places such as a raf station and a raf hospital, I was just wondering if people could suggest other places worth going to around the lincolnshire area such as an...
  12. Netsa

    Report - RAF Greenham Common - May 2018

    Greenham common RAF was used between 1941-1992. It has Cold War bunkers and was also recently used in the filming of the Star Wars film the force awakens. Stored inside some of the tunnels were Thomas the Tank Engine and friends among old army crates which used to contain MK16 Spitfire engines...
  13. Ludichriss

    Report - RAF Brampton Officers Mess

    History The site was first used during the First World War, when Lord Mandeville (who owned the site) agreed to its use to house German prisoners of war. During the early years of the Second World War, the site was used to house children evacuated from London. In 1942, the United States Army Air...