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    Smile RAF Sculthorpe - July - 2016


    Raf Sculthorpe


    Many of you have seen this site over the years, an I am sure years ago it looked wonderful now just a shell of its former glory with dead rabbits about on the floor, it was easy and myself and the rest had time to kill, an it had a few corridors I liked and how to shoot them, which made excellent backdrops for what we had planned. Anyway if in the area take a look its worth going too if your new to this, but if you have been shown greater you will be disappointed.

    Then again...

    In terms of corridors and loads of buildings, it has something I guess, make what you can but better is down the road



    After the Cold War; Sculthorpe became inactive and the site was sold in the mid 1990s to a private property developer.














































    Well I did say it was rather bleak and dull, but oh well worth looking in if you have nothing better I guess, reminded me weirdly of that derelict place called pontins, both very much on par. Until next time!;)
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    Nice take on the place! Love it!
    Thanks for sharing :)
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    Well you got some excellent images.Thought the mummifed creature looked like a Muntjac.Thanks for showing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanX View Post
    Nice take on the place! Love it!
    Thanks for sharing :)
    Cheers buddy! my take on it wasnt gonna be amazing I mean its all wrecked an rather bleak, but I took a few to pass the time :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by flyboys90 View Post
    Well you got some excellent images.Thought the mummifed creature looked like a Muntjac.Thanks for showing.
    SO SO many mummified rabbits in the rooms, makes you wonder as this place is so open how they simply got stuck...
    Cheers flyboy :D
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