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    Default RAF Uxbridge - April 2016


    Having a spare afternoon I decided to have a look round RAF Uxbridge, I had recently driven past and needed to go back and have a proper look round. There are lots of empty houses, most are boarded up but the odd one is accessible, inside they are all pretty much the same.
    I had all sorts of weather from bright sunshine to being cloudy and overcast with hail and rain. Was difficult at times to photograph.
    There was an eerie feeling to the place, this was probably due to the fact it was a solo explore. This is not a place i would venture alone in the evenings. I just couldn't understand why all of these houses have been left and as a result they have ell become vandalised and some set on fire.

    The rest of the site has mostly been flattened with houses/flats popping up.

    On with the photo's

    10 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    20 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    30 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    40 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    This used to be part of a nursery

    50 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    60 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    70 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    80 by JSP 77, on Flickr



    90 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    The accommodation houses

    100 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    110 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    120 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    130 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    A couple of internals

    140 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    150 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    160 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    170 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    180 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    190 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    200 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    210 by JSP 77, on Flickr

    Thanks for looking

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    Loving that one jsp.this is tight up my street.excuse the pun.but I love that row of houses.you got some nice shots here.I would have to find the unique pillbox in the woods
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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    Great stuff, thanks jsp!

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    I liked it, great pics jsp, Thanks
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    Nice one jsp77 :) it looks like there's a lot to see! Great pics!

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    Splendid photos.Thanks for sharing.

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    cheers for the comments, I will have to have a little look for the Pill Box if i'm ever that way again.

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