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TOPIC: Airfield Explosive Storage Buildings

Airfield Explosive Storage Buildings 28 Jan 2015 10:19 #21

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superplum;156143 wrote: Where is the example?


Many thanks, superplum. It was one of the Fuzing Points at RAF Swannington. Originally a Nissen hut, it was converted into an agricultural shed some time after the war: the corrugated sheeting was replaced by a pitched roof and the building was heightened. Only the concreted floor and the brick end walls were retained and incorporated. The photo below was taken in 2007. The building has since been replaced by a modern shed.

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I have never come across a pit in any of the Fuzing Points I've seen, but then I've not seen all that many so I thought I'd better ask to be sure.

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