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    This isn't too far from Cardington, where I managed to get some good pictures of the airship sheds when I visited in 2006.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sausage View Post
    Lets hope those control panels and desks get saved. It happens - The Scottish Mining Museum has a good one in their 'Big Stuff' shed.
    Must have been busy places those - the arms race and aircraft development saw some serious improvements in such a relatively short time.
    Would love replace one of my walls with one, with all the switches wired up to random stuff. Hopefully they find a new home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Davies View Post
    This isn't too far from Cardington, where I managed to get some good pictures of the airship sheds when I visited in 2006.
    They're not too far away, I think them shed are being used now.

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