Report - RAF Nocton - August 2016

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28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Apr 28, 2014
The North West
I have liked the look of this place for a while now and was glad to get to see what's left. I'd say this place has seen better days to be honest. Very stripped and vandalised. Overgrown in places also. Never the less there was still a bit to see, this being quite a big site. It was the corridors that had attracted me to this place and they where still there, in all there unending glory :D Visited with Paul 2129.
RAF Hospital Nocton Hall was a 740-bed RAF hospital serving the predominantly RAF personnel based at the large number of RAF Stations in the area. Officially designated as No. 1 RAF Hospital Nocton Hall it opened in June 1947. It was used by forces personnel, their families and local civilians until it closed on 31 March 1983.
The hospital was situated the small village of Nocton in rural Lincolnshire and partly in the grounds of Nocton Hall. The Hall was used as the Officers' Mess. The main part of the hospital consisted of long corridors with wooden hut wards and departments branching off them. The hospital was on a slight slope so the corridors were not level.
In 1984 it was leased to the USAF as a United States Air Force wartime contingency hospital. During the Gulf War, over 1,300 US medical staff were sent to the Hall and many were billeted at RAF Scampton. Fortunately only 35 casualties had to be treated. In its later days 13 American personnel remained to keep the hospital serviceable. RAF Nocton Hall was handed back to Her Majesty's Government by the USAF on 30 September 1995 but has never been brought back into use as a hospital.















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