RAF Culmhead

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@ 2006-02-25 08:54:01
Hi - this is the former RAF Churchstanton.
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@ 2006-02-25 12:32:29
I did a little Googling and it looks like both names were used.

"Churchstanton Aerodrome, built in 1940, was used by allied fighter aircraft during WW2 and had 3 runways and 2 observation buildings. The site was renamed Culmhead in 1943 because of confusion with another RAF base at Churchfenton, Yorkshire."

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@ 2006-06-03 10:05:28
Some type of communications facility now?
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@ 2006-06-03 11:25:28
It was a CSHQ listening post during the cold war. Supposedly no longer in use.

http://worldwar2airfields.fotopic.net/p6715428.html