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    Arrow RAF Nocton Hospital "night visit" Nov 2009


    After planning a night visit for some time, me and Neosea went over to Nocton, (plus it gave us an excuse for testing our new fenix head torches :))
    The history is well written about but these shots :) just gives you a different veiw of the place. On entry to the admin area the damage is even more pronounced since the last time we were there in March this year. :(















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    cool night visit mate,
    bloody death trap at night tho isnt it lol
    nice pics as well

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    Cool photos mate.

    Sorry but it was just like walking around it in the day time



















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    Nice stuff mate :) there is more than one setting on that torch you know ;)
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    you show off buggers with them headtorches
    what you lighting with just the headtorches or anything else as if just head torches im impressed
    what model are they
    nice photos i love this place shame its getting worse

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    Cheers Gangeox, the 'burn your eyes out' setting was all that was needed.


    All with the head-torch DHL, not showing off just havin' some fun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by diehardlove View Post
    you show off buggers with them headtorches
    what you lighting with just the headtorches or anything else as if just head torches im impressed
    what model are they
    nice photos i love this place shame its getting worse
    Hand torches are so old hat :) Just head torches are the way to go :) Fenix HP 10
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    Looks pretty bad now I still remember what it was like in the 80s when I worked there insulating all the pipework on the whole camp the americans had everything in place for a next war all the orerating theaters were all ready to go with all the corridors full of trolleys and stretchers there also used to be an empty housing estate joined on to the hospital just across from the boiler house we had to do work on top of the boiler house tower and we also used to have lunch on the front lawn of the main house good times along time ago

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    if its the one im thinking its got people in that housing estate now
    went for a revist recently with losttom,it gets worst by the day as was loads worst recently than my visit a few weeks ago
    was fireworks all over the place and loads more damage
    Last edited by diehardlove; 8th Nov 09 at 22:35. Reason: put days in so took out and put recently


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