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Video Report - WW2 Bunker - HMS Nightjar/RNAS Inskip, Fylde coast, Lancashire

nikkisixx

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#2
Very nice mate!
I live localish to Inskip and stayed there for a long weekend during the first Gulf War (I was in the Army cadets at the time), it was guarded by The Royal Marines back then
 

Walrus75

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#7
600ft high, great view from the top according to my dad :)

It's a great shame they've demolished all the hangers and many of the brick built buildings too. There used to be an aircraft gun/cannon synchronisation building/butts just about here -- http://www.flashearth.com/?lat=53.828592&lon=-2.843163&z=19.3&r=0&src=msa that was subsequently used as a feed storage building by one of the farms on the base post-war. Looking at the overhead the building may actually be still standing just above the concrete hardstanding. One of the hangars was used as a sports hall for a great number of years, I used to enjoy playing badminton there in my childhood.
This area here -- http://www.flashearth.com/?lat=53.816257&lon=-2.844463&z=19.1&r=0&src=msa was an accommodation site, most of the military related buildings have gone but you can still see the concrete bases of where they stood.
 

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