Report - RAF Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire Sept 13'

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28DL Full Member
28DL Full Member
Jul 5, 2013
RAF Upper Heyford was a Royal Air Force station first used by the Royal Flying Corps in 1916, later used by the RAF 1918-1950 and finally by the United States Air Force until 1994.

It's a very large area to explore and we took 3 hours looking round the barracks side, we didn't visit the runway side, there is a whole range of buildings from barracks to

We also managed to get into the US style supermarket used in the film World War Z starring Brad Pitt, there are some fake company stickers on the shop windows which were clearly from the film.

There was also a building containing a basketball court and squash courts which had the lights on, it looks like it will be demolished as well as the supermarket to make way for houses. Inside this building was evidence that it was used by Team GB for training for the 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

UPDATE: We also managed to get in the hospital there, photos added to my site shortly.









The Supermarket

Fake company on one of the shops? possibly for world war z?

Inside the main supermarket, impossible to get a good picture


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