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Report - RAF Edlesborough -Radio Station - May 2010

Els

Obsessed with BS7671
Regular User
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Thanks to Layz for finding this place. As already mentioned, there just doesn’t seem to be a lot of information on this site except for this found by ColinBa...

http://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1959/1959 - 3116.html

Quite a small site but still a good mooch.

External admin block…
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Internal admin block – not a lot going on here.
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Outside are the feeds to the aerials, all are labeled.
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Another feed.
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A lot of huge concrete blocks still scattered about. I guess they were used for anchoring the aerials.
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The centre of the building, where all the action happened. Looks like a lot of the really interesting stuff has long since gone…
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…but a few weird looking trinkets remain…
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View from the other end.
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Off of the central area are these smaller rooms, the galvanized steel trunking must have carried the feeds to the outside aerial terminals. No clue remains as to what purpose these rooms served. Some had big fans so some kind of cooling purpose perhaps…?
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In a completely separate building looks like the remains of what may have been the crèche (with a radio related theme)…
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You tell me…
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