A closer look and it is still in good condition. The right hand door is standard and the left-hand door is slightly different almost a lobby type entrance. (They are all the same but some are different)
History: winter 1941/2 waterlogging again and the planes had to leave and came back later. No.131 and No.412 RCAF now worked from here. The main task at Merston and most of the English Channel fighter airfields were Rhubarbs - code name for crossing over to occupied France and attacking the German defending fighters. Taking the fight to them.

Sleeping Shelter 32 ManRAF Merston, Sussex
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