WildBoyz

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RAF Spadeadam Airfield, Northumberland - March 2017

Nice this mate :thumb

 

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looks like a fun day out! is it one of those if the red flag is flying dont walk around ranges or just pray they aren't dropping bombs and hope for the best?

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Good effort, cracking pics too :thumb

 

Having worked up there I know how remote the place is as well as how difficult it is to wander across the moors and pine forests. Never saw the planes while I was there, but that was a fair few years ago!

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I really enjoyed reading your report and pic 11 is damn good.Well done on your effort

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Very nice that m8ty. Some cracking shots. Top gunning.

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That's an absolute belter :thumb  

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Amazing! Well worth all the mud :)

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Impressive pictures but I must add that it's pretty risky wandering around a live bombing/ECM range!

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When I'm in the UK I'm always on the lookout for derelict aircraft, so this is outstanding to see.

 

Talking of which, it's been on my mind for ages. Has anyone here had a go at the aircraft at Teeside airport? Looks like there's loads there!

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Nice one! Especially number 11.

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Thanks for the comments everyone, and cheers for looking. To answer your question @-Raz- it's a live site that they drop bombs on and, judging by the holes in some of the aircraft, shoot at. There are no 'Keep Out' signs though :) only the red flags you spoke of. 

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Looks great, my favorite from your set is pic #11 with the fantastic light.

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