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Report - RAF Upper Heyford - 22/08/06

Oxygen Thief

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Visited with Nailz.

Parked up and took a wander, this place really is wide open, although half of the buildings are well secure.

On this side of the site there's salons, barbers, a superstore, tennis courts and baseball pitches, an athletics track with commentators box, all sorts of boiler rooms and powerhouses. The admin and training wing are here as well, made from converted WW2 barracks we reckon. Plus there's a big hospital and two smart water towers...

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Then we crossed over the road and made our way in to the slightly more secure side. There's plenty of businesses based here, and we didn't know it at the time but there's also an active police station.

Most of the buildings are in use (privately) so theres not much scope for exploration, but we did have a nose around and climb up a hangar.

We then found the old camp cinema which was open. The old stage equipment from when it was a theatre was behind the mint screen - I didn't know they were perforated, see picture 2 below. The old ticket machine was in the foyer along with a control box to dim the lights. The projection room was bare so we didn't look for the external entrance for that...

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