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    Default RAF Ingham/Cammeringham


    Found this on a bike ride. There's a Heritage site being set up, but nothing evident other than a couple of bright blue locked portakabins and a website.



    The base was home to Polish bomber crews during WW2, and used as an overspill base for RAF Hemswell.
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    Ooo...liking that. Some very atmospheric and colorful shots there. Thank you for sharing!

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    Nice one and thanks for sharing.

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    I feel much better about nature reclaiming buildings then grumpy builders. Great pics thanks for sharing

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    Nice find while out on your bike
    May the shadow of Murphy never darken your door."
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    Forgotten Fairmile
    Spuds Rural Explorations
    The Church explorer

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