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For the first time we actually gained access to RAF Raynham, NON permissive. Its a cracking explore and one i will return to at some point as my mum took ill so we had to leave early sadly, anyway it was a warm sunday mid afternoon and we met up with harry and julian, access was fairly easy with various buildings to see. The first building we seen was the airmans restaurant, a lovely sized building with cracking entrance and stunning staircase very much like RAF Upwood. With very minimal decay and damage these buildings have been well preserved, even most windows are intact. A very grand front entrance to the airmans restaurant. Part of the Upper level, there is a lift here for food. The accommodation blocks were failt good with ablutions of a high ranking nature and lovely staircases. Lovely sinks and loos for what looks like high rank serviceman/women Staircase within the accommodation. One of the connecting corridors. The base Headquarters. The corridor. One of the rooms. The server room and telephone exchange within the hq Top of the HQ Views from the top. HQ views - MOD police and sunset at raynham New report and more detailled pics to follow at a later date. Thanks for reading.
RAF RAYNHAM, Raf SCULTHORPE and a old farm. North Norfolk. July 2013 Rather than bore you to death with 3 posts that have all been done to death, I thought I would whack the day trip into 1 report. Visited with my good side kick and mini me daughter, Theanonymousexplorer, Seeker and his wife. This was more of a jolly and time to have a play as it was the start of the school hols 1st stop was Raf Raynham, this was good fun. Managed to have a little look around the boiler room and the officers mess before getting chucked out by the onsite security after getting spotted and grassed on by the lawnmower man. So next stop (after a short visit to the cock + pullit cafe was usaf/raf sculthorpe.... What a surprise we got here. After the usual walking around the HQ and police block, we headed up to the ATC tower and found a big red thing. We had a good look around and then headed of before we out stayed our welcome. The other side of Fakenham was our last stop, the old dairy farm. This was a nice little site with a few bits to shoot, but a day in the summer scorchio sun had taken its toll, and we headed of in our quest to find ice cream. Raynham Sculthorpe The old dairy farm