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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 08 Jul 2019 09:06 #131

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Ossington_2008 I have some RSPs for Newton if you would like them?
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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 08 Jul 2019 09:20 #132

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Nick, are they digital?

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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 08 Jul 2019 11:59 #133

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NickStone1 wrote: Ossington_2008 I have some RSPs for Newton if you would like them?


Do they show a bombing target and quadrants? It is unlikely that Newton had a bombing range but unlikely has proved me wrong a few times.
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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 08 Jul 2019 15:29 #134

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Alas no. I have yet to find any evidence of target or quadrants.

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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 09 Jul 2019 10:51 #135

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Yes Peter all mine are digital.
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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 09 Jul 2019 17:42 #136

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RSP's for

Brawdy Fuzing point building (Extra heavy) 6177/43.
Great Massingham Fuzing point buildings (Heavy light) & (Ultra heavy) 136/43?
Bramcote 25-yd M/G Range 2009-13 36
Lossiemouth 25-yd M/G Range 2904/36
Pembrey 25-yd M/G Range 2903/36
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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 10 Jul 2019 07:50 #137

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NickStone1 wrote: Yes Peter all mine are digital.


Thanks, See my PM to you.

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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 11 Jul 2019 08:46 #138

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This is the final list of unknown sites, if you could help me out please?

Fire Party without Garage 2107/27

MT vehicle shed 778/38 and 779/38

MT petrol 11735/38

MT petrol 12275/41

Coal yard 501/17 and 564/18 and 716/17

Reservoir 1040/35 and 628/30

Fuel Store 2597/35 and 6147/35

Works services without section offices 1460/36

Works services contractor's offices 174/38

Sub-station Type B.16 7187/38

Powerhouse 1304/24, 1380/24 and 755/25

Compressor House 318/37

Gas Defence Centre 2546/37 or 2547/37

Gas Defence Centre Type B.6, 9132/37

Gas Defence Centre 12408/41

Boiler House 7451/43

RFC Oil Stores 40/17

Workshops 6958/37 and 6959/37

Workshops 2423/43

Lubricating Oil Inst. 11270/40

photo Block 12401/41

Sqd. Armoury 3929/43

Maint. Blocks 12784/41

Armoury 12781/41

Stn. Armoury 12778/41

Stn Armoury 2428/43

Pyrotechnic Stores 2847/37 and 5609/37
You can tell a builder from an archaeologist by the size of his trowel. Mine is a small one!

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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 11 Jul 2019 12:48 #139

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On Banff RSP

M/T office 12275/41
M/T Shed & yard 12275/41
Gas Defence Centre 12408/41
Bulk oil Inst. 11270/40
Photo Block 12401/41
Stn. Armoury 12778/41
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British Military Airfield Architecture - Paul Francis 12 Jul 2019 09:19 #140

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MT Petrol 12275/41 WARBOYS (MT Shed 4 bay TB ), MELTON MOWBRAY, CHALGROVE (1 X 4 bay TB) and (1 x Office SECO AM Drg 12275A/41)

Gas Defence Centre 12408/41 RIDGEWELL

Lube Oil Inst 11270/40 WARBOYS, BLAKEHILL FARM, CAMMERINGHAM, SNAILWELL, KINGS CLIFFE (latter is Underground 3500g)

Photo Block 12401/41 RIDGEWELL

Sqn Armoury 3929/43 RIDGEWELL (Maint and Armoury Unit - SECO)

Stn Armoury 12778/41 MELTON MOWBRAY

More to check in due course.....

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