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Building started in 1936 at Hullavington for an RAF Expansion Scheme airfield. The Expansion Scheme era is very interesting in an architectural sense. Buildings were allowed to be designed by modern architects in an English / Georgian style and made to fit in to the surroundings by using local materials, as here with Bath, Cotswold Stone. No.9 Flying Training School (FTS) arrived in 1937 with Hawker Harts.

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Balloon Unit.

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Maintenance Command.

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Based on Paul Francis plan.

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Opened - 1937
Main units: -
No 9 Flying Training School (9 Jul 1937 - 3 Sept 1939).
No 9 Maintenance Unit (8 Jul 1938 - 1 Feb 1939).
No 10 Maintenance Unit (1 Feb 1939 - 31 Dec 1959).
No 9 Service Flying Training School (3 Sept 1939 - 14 Feb 1942).
RLG for No 6 Service Flying Training School (11 Dec 1939 - Jan 1940).
No 10 Group Communications Flt (1 Jun - 1 Jul 1940).
No 8 (Service) Ferry Pilots Pool (5 Nov 1940 - 27 Mar 1941).
After this many other units came and went.
The RAF left in 1992 and the Army took it over as Buckley Barracks. It then became the home to 9 Regt Royal Logistic Corps.
RAF Hullavington was designed as an Aircraft Storage Unit (ASU) and also a Flying Training School (FTS).

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One of the Army units.

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Now home of Dyson.

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Main Gate on a warm and sunny afternoon.

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An early air photo of Hullavington with the Officers mess prominent.

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Hangars site 'A' two E type Sheds
The R/H hangar is now a go-cart track, the second has now had the door painted, so it looks as though it is going to be used again.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.
107 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle shed - PB - 3693/37?
108 - Married Wardens Qtrs - PB - 1603/37.
Air raid shelter.
Marsden Hut later build in St.
ASU - Aircraft Storage Unit.

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'E' Sheds at RAF Kemble.

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Aircraft storage.

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Aircraft storage.

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Site 'A' ASU
107 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle shed - PB - 3693/37?
108 - Married Wardens Qtrs - PB - 1603/37.
Two wardens and their families would be housed here and the office would be used to record aircraft & materials in and out of the site.

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Site 'A' ASU
107 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle shed - PB - 3693/37?
108 - Married Wardens Qtrs - PB - 1603/37.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.
These sheds, hangars were still being called sheds up until 1940, and then they changed to Hangars. Hangar is French for large shed. Note on the top of this shed there is an anti aircraft position.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.
The shell layout anti aircraft gun position.

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It could have been a twin Vickers gun.

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87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.

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Air raid shelter.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.
Aircraft storage area.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.

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Emergency door.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.
Heating plant at the rear.

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Site 'A' ASU
87/88 - Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7305/37.
Camouflage netting rings still attached to the outer rim of the shed. The netting could be drawn open and then closed off, not to allow a shadow to be formed by the virticle front,

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Site 'A' ASU
Marston Shed - wartime addition.
Probably used as storage for small items, tools and a workshop. Made of steel framed corrugated iron. Marston sheds can be found in Steel (St) as here, temporary brick (Tb) or Timber (T).

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Marsden shed inside.

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Site 'A' ASU
Air raid shelter, blast type. Probably covered an area where training aircraft parked and were operated from. About eight plans could have been here, the same by the watch office, etc.

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Tutor.

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Hart.

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Magestare.

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Site 'A' ASU
Aircraft tie downs, these would be placed under and aircraft and tied to the wing, undercarriage. Preventing it blowing away.

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Aircraft tie downs.

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Tents would have been used extensively around the airfield for instant office space for flying instructors.

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Site 'B' ASU
89/90 Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7340/37.
109 - Wardens Office Canteen & Cycle Shed - PB - 3493/37.
110 - Married Wardens Quarters - PB - 1603/37.

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109 - Wardens Office Canteen & Cycle Shed - PB - 3493/37.

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89/90 Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7340/37.

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Site 'B' ASU
89/90 Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7340/37.

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No. 621 Volunteer Glider School.

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Site 'B' ASU
89/90 Aircraft Shed ('E' type) - Con - 7340/37.

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Perimeter track. On the right would have bee a lot of aircraft storage/parking.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The aircraft storage area.

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Site 'D' ASU
85/86 - Aircraft Shed ('D' type) - con - 2312/36.
113 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle shed - PB - 3693/37?
114 - Married Wardens Qtrs - PB - 1603/37.
Cannon stop butts wartime addition.

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Site 'D' ASU.

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Cross runway.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Three different aircraft used by the Empire Central Flying School here at RAF Hullavington.
Established in April 1942 the Empire Central Flying School (ECFS) was based at RAF Hullavington. With flying training taking place on such a vast scale the School worked to maintain and improve flying training standards at the flying schools operating throughout the world.

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Site 'D' ASU
85/86 - Aircraft Shed ('D' type) - con - 2312/36.
The D type aircraft shed had walls of 14inch reinforced concrete, six steel doors per end filled with gravel to make them bomb/splinter proof.

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Site 'D' ASU
85/86 - Aircraft Shed ('D' type) - con - 2312/36.
The hooks on the walls are to hold camouflage nets to cover the shadows thrown by the hangar.

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Camouflage netting.

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Site 'D' ASU
85/86 - Aircraft Shed ('D' type) - con - 2312/36.
Heating plant for the two hangars.

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Boiler man.

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Site 'D' ASU
85/86 - Aircraft Shed ('D' type) - con - 2312/36.

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Site 'D' ASU
85/86 - Aircraft Shed ('D' type) - con - 2312/36.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dyson's new office space.

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Dyson.

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Dyson.

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Site 'D' ASU
Cannon stop butts wartime addition. Standing on the concrete that a fighter plane would have sat, with its tail in the air, making the plane level to the butts in the distance.

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Spitfire testing its guns.

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Stop butts at RNAS Henstridge.

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Another Spitfire testing its guns.

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Site 'D' ASU
170 - Cannon Range - PB - 1231/41.
Cannon stop butts wartime addition. A better view of the stop butts in the edge of the wood.

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Cannon stop butts wartime addition.

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Cannon stop butts wartime addition. This is where the sand would be piled up to take the bullets shot at it.

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Cannon stop butts wartime addition. The buttressed side wall.

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Shoots to allow sand to be taken out and presumed sifted, bullets removed and re used?

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Site 'D' ASU
Cannon stop butts wartime addition. The office, store room and target making shed.

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Site 'D' ASU
Cannon stop butts wartime addition. The numbers on the face still showing up.

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91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.
111 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle Shed - PB - 9001/37.
112 - Married Wardens Qtrs - PB - 1803/37.

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Site 'C' ASU.
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.

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Site 'C' ASU.
111 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle Shed - PB - 9001/37.
112 - Married Wardens Qtrs - PB - 1803/37.

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Site 'C' ASU
111 - Wardens Office, Canteen & Cycle Shed - PB - 9001/37.

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Site 'C' ASU
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.

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Site 'C' ASU.
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.
The 'E' shed has smaller doors because it was mostly used for aircraft with their wings removed. It makes storage easier.

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Site 'C' ASU.
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.

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Aircraft maintenance.

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Harvard's stored wingless.

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Site 'C' ASU.
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.
Clock wise:
The heating plant and oil pipes.
Hooks for camouflage nets.
The escape door in the main door.
View inside.

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Site 'C' ASU.
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37.

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Hawks in storage at RAF Shawbury.

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Site 'C' ASU.
91/92 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'E') - Con - 7340/37. Air raid shelter.

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Modern small arms ammunition store.
On this site was the Pig farm, used by the RAF to grow meat for the RAF Mess's. Pig swill from the food waste was used to feed the Pigs.

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This is the entrance to the piggery. Many pre-war RAF stations had their own pigeonries to eat up all the slops/food left over from the dinning halls and canteens..

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HEAD QUARTERS SITE
3 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'C') - PS - 2773/34 2029/34.
4 - Watch Office C.F.I. Block - PB - 1829/36?
6 - Aircraft Repair Shed - PB - xxxx/36.
7 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'C') - PS - 4637/35.
8 - M.G. Test Butt - PB - 7994/37?
14 - M.G. Range & 11yds Pistol Range - PB - 3479/35.
74 - Aircraft Shed ('C' Type) - Stone faced - 2023/35.
123 - Hangar Bellman - St - 8349/37.
M.U. SITE HQ
6 - Aircraft Shed 'C' Type - Stone faced - 3089/34.

X = removed.
C - type sheds all had different drawing numbers due to the fact that some had additional offices, amount of bays, workshop capacity, etc.

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Inside an 'C' type shed.

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Door. 6 doors in standard type and 4 doors in the repair sheds.

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Flight line.

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Flight line.

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Right to Left:
3 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'C') - PS - 2773/34 2990/35?

PB/PS - Perminent Brick/Stone (here Bath stone).
? - The plan is not very clear when I place ? it says its the best I can do reading the plan.

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This is a copy of the plan showing how difficult it is to get the correct numbers.

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Door opening handle.

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3 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'C') - PS - 2773/34 2990/35?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Training Camp, Hullavington. Charles Ernest Cundall (1890-1971) RAF Museum.
It shows a very busy scene.

By the end of the war No.10 MU had over 1000 planes on its books. Not all were here some were dispersed in small purpose built storage units. One was at Everleigh.

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Six fully opening doors each end.

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Steel and wood roof structure.

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Norwich airport a 'C' type being dismantled.

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6 - Aircraft Shed 'C' Type - Stone faced - 3089/34. Aircraft repair shed.
4 - Watch office C.F.I. Block - PB - 5740/36.
The main picture is a 'C' type shed, a standard type of protected hanger of the expansion period of the late 1930's. Faced with Bath stone and brick internally. This one has 11 sections in the roof.
There were four large 11 section bay 'C' type sheds and one 7 bay small 'C' type repair shed behind the Control Tower.

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The clock.

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4 - Watch Office C.F.I. Block - PB - 1829/36?
CFI - Chief Flying Instructor, or God to a student. Within the building were offices for the CFI and his instructors and flying training would be run from here. disbursed around the airfield were several flight offices where the instructors could train a group of students, usually on Tiger Moths, but also many other types.

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DH Tiger Moth trainer.

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4 - Watch Office C.F.I. Block - PB - 1829/36?
Unknown date but just post war, camouflage still painted and a separate control tower added behind. A few steps to climb.

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4 - Watch Office C.F.I. Block - PB - 1829/36?
A 3D picture of the watch office.

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RAF Little Rissington, Gloucester
Watch Office 1936 Chief Flying Instructors Block, 5740/36
The link will take you too RAF Little Rissinton's watch office. Not exactly the same, but very alike.

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RAF Little Rissinton's watch office.

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RAF Little Rissinton's watch office.

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RAF Little Rissinton's watch office.

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6 - Aircraft Shed 'C' Type - Stone faced - 3089/34. Aircraft repair shed.
Behind the hangar is the water tower for the camps heating plant.
25 - Central Heating Station - PB - 982/25.

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A large RAF heating plant.

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Run on coal and then later on oil.

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7 - Aircraft Shed (Type 'C') - PS - 4637/35.
The trees were planted to soften and also a bit of camouflage.

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Hangar 4 'C' type caught fire and was removed.
The plan states its No.34 but I cannot find it in the Schedule. (34 states the Ambulance garage). Which its not.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Towards the end of one Xmas/New Year, a squipper decided that direct action was the best option. He broke into the hangar and started a fire. He subsequently told his mate what he had done. A few days later, the arsonist and his friend were arrested. They admitted their offenses and pleaded guilty at court. The arsonist got 5 years' imprisonment and and his mate a £1000 fine. The fire destroyed the hangar and one third of all the armed forces' parachutes, at a cost of £20million. (pprune.org).

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74 - Aircraft Shed ('C' Type) - Stone faced - 2023/35.
Also the end of the 06/21 main runway.

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74 - Aircraft Shed ('C' Type) - Stone faced - 2023/35.

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18 - Petrol Installation, Aviation (72,000gal) - 1980/34.
Static water tank (80,000 galls.).

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14 - M.G. Range & 11yds Pistol Range - PB - 3479/35?
The butts on the left where you shoot from and the wall on the right with a buttress wall.

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Shooting butts.

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8 - M.G. Test Butts - PB - cannot read the number.
This is an aircrafts machine gun butts. A biplane and it was designed for a biplanes, would be positioned just back from the front. The now filled in wall would not be there. It was an open mouthed building, with a sand covered rear wall. The machine gun, again biplanes mostly only carried one or two machine guns set onto the body of the plane. Would be fired at a target and the gun adjusted the gun for accuracy. Below in the small pictures shows a Hawker Hector with its M.G. set into the body. The next picture showing a Hawker Hurricane and its guns were in the wings, so these butts would not be able to be used by later planes.

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How it looked..

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This is a Hurricane with its tail jacked up and testing the machine guns.

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A cartwheel designed hold fast for a barrage balloon that was used for parachute training.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Balloon Operations Sqn 1985 to 1995.

 

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The balloon concrete hold fast and the base of 121 - Hangar Bellman - St - 9349/37.

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A Bellman hangar and the Bellman under construction.

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MAP Dispersal Area.
MAP - Ministry of Aircraft Production.
175 - Aircraft Shed (B1 Type) - St - no number.
207/209 - Hangar Blister (Extra Over type) - St - 12532/41.
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1 x Robins type B. (pos a double in length). This is still in place but is not shown on the site plan.
MAP was a civilian Organisation and was tasked with repairing service aircraft to help out the RAF as it was being overwhelmed with battle damaged aircraft. The Robins hangar was used to service aircraft in storage.

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Robins type B.

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175 - Aircraft Shed (B1 Type) - St - no number.

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175 - Aircraft Shed (B1 Type) - St - no number.
Air raid shelter.
Note the heating plant to heat the B1 hangar.

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61 - Officers Mess (88) 4 Quarters (72) - TS 7651/38.

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Officers Mess RAF Hullavington.

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Site 'E' ASU
180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39
221 - Static Water Tank 80,000gal.
250 - Air Raid Shelter.

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39.

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Site 'E' ASU..

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39.
Four fully opening doors.

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39.
This one was not covered in grass.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An 'L' Type under construction, layers of concrete and then covered in turf as camouflage.

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Stored Harvard's.

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39.
Heating plant and offices.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lamella shed the forerunner of the 'L' shed inside.

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39.
Heating plant room and later oil tank.

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180/181 - Aircraft Shed ('L' Type) - 10755/39.
Inside the heating plant room.

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221 - Static Water Tank 80,000gal.

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Trailer pump.

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