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    Had a few hours to kill on the way back from a Norfolk road trip so it was a solo visit.

    Originally built in 1942 as a satellite to west Raynham and then used by the USAF and closed in 1992.
    The site is pretty trashed but i still enjoyed it :)
























































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    Bugger me - I was there yesterday - what a massive place it is - will have to make a return visit.
    Did you not stumble across the armchair - same building as the murals?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wagg20 View Post
    Bugger me - I was there yesterday - what a massive place it is - will have to make a return visit.
    Did you not stumble across the armchair - same building as the murals?
    I saw one in a small room -it was facing out towards the window.........the same one? ;)

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    No - there was another more retro looking armchair in a much darker room opposite the old boiler.

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    I cant remember if i saw it or not, ive got pics of the boiler and thought i had done every room in there....


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