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Thread: RAF Barnham Cold War Atomic Weapons Site - October 2016

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    Oh I need this in my life.

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    Love these photos, excellent report :)

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    Outstanding report. Probably one of the very best that I've read. Nice work...
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    Thanks again all... very much appreciated :-)

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    That's a great set of photos - and as a bonus, interesting to see somewhere new pop up. :)

    Out of curiosity, which film stock did you use - at a guess, looks a bit like it could be Ilford XP2?

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