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TOPIC: Alconbury runway lighting remains

Alconbury runway lighting remains 23 Dec 2014 20:29 #1

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Runway 12 over-run end, taken today.

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Cable trench off to the now-removed approach lights, also noting the frangible perimeter fencing

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Alconbury runway lighting remains 24 Dec 2014 01:29 #2

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I am surprised to see them still in place....

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Alconbury runway lighting remains 24 Dec 2014 12:35 #3

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They're vanishing slowly, mostly through being squashed by HGVs rather than pilfering.
All the approach lighting outside the perimeter fence at this end of the runway was removed by the farmer after the base closed, but it's mostly intact at the other end.

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