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Thread: RAF Upper Heyford Police Training Centre/School July '11

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    Default RAF Upper Heyford Police Training Centre/School July '11


    If the mods fancy moving this to the military section feel free, I think it is more appropriate here though because there is very little 'military' about it apart from the old buildings themselves.

    This place has been done a lot before and after the stress of the boiler house infiltration me and Zotez went for a relaxed wander around parts of the high school/police training centre we'd missed on our previous trips here. It's stripped and very trashed in places but the corridors and peely paint goodness make up for that.





































    Thanks for looking, mroe pics here http://www.flickr.com/photos/mookie4...7626975814759/ :)
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    Hey mooks nice work, did you spot the buildings at the bottom of the housing estate
    had a quick mooch yesturday hope to get back there soon :)

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    Last edited by sue blackeagle; 9th Jul 11 at 02:58.

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    Wow absolutely stunning! Love the light in there! Such a shame I'll be passing tomorrow but will be in my best suit and no doubt a rush!
    Keep up the excellent reports!
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    Cheers guys:) which ones do you mean sue? I've been a few times now
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