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    Some of you already have the book AA Command, by Colin Dobinson, and youll agree that its a fantastic book.
    But for those of you that dont have it, or cant get access to it, post up a request here, stating your county and I can look it up, and give you a list of the AA positions in your area.
    Just thought that might help a few of you out

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    Hertfordshire please mate

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    Norfolk please Mole.
    And a dreadful thing from the cliff did spring. And its wild bark thrilled around. His eyes had the glow of the fires below. Twas the form of the Spectre Hound. 'Ha' yer fa'r got a dickey, bor?' 'Yis, an' he want a fule ter roide 'im, will yew cum?'

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    Hi mate

    any chance of Oxfordshire

    Cheers Newage

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    Ok, maybe I worded that wrong, there are lots in various counties, best ask for the town instead
    Sorry :o

    Black Shuck, heres some;
    Norwich;
    H1 - TM215131 - Mousehold
    H2 - TM256106
    H3 - TM206058


    Just looking yours up UT...
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    Newage;
    Oxford;
    1 - SP531092 - Marston
    2 - SP540057 - Southfield
    3 - SP478049 - Cumnor Hill
    4 - SP481132 - Partridge Pit
    5 - SP499035 - Hinksey Hill

    Banbury;
    H1 - SP469424 - Harwell
    H2 - SP511386 - Astrop
    H3 - SP531371 - Bloxham
    H4 - SP419426 - Wroxham
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    Hi Mole
    Taunton / Bridgwater woukl be great.
    Thanx

    The Duke

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    Duke;

    Taunton;
    1 - ST218282 - Dodhill
    2 - ST256241 - Wenlade
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    Does the book have details of the current status of the sites or is it like his other books where it just takes references from period data/maps? In some of his other books references given can be for sites that were never actually constructed (ie. were discussed at the time but never built), sites that existed physically for a very short period of time and therefore have had no visible features for up to fifty years?
    Occasionally see the book for sale at silly prices (according to Methuen/EH it is due to be reprinted 'soon')

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