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Report - RAF Disforth - Abandoned Bomb Dump



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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.

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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.
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Notice the currant users (A Paintball Club) Cam nets

The main storage sheds are at C & D with area C being in better condition
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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
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E being the only location flooded (About 2 feet)

These last 2 pictures show how close the dump is to the currant airfield.
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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
 
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