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    Here is a couple of photos of the tower.
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    Forgot to put this one in.
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    Unfinished building on the western communal site at Ridgewell, but what was it going to be before construction was abandoned?





    The porchway and the lowered wall with pier at the end make me think of a Decontamination Centre.
    Would the boiler room and doorway at the other end match up with any of these?

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    I think you are correct Paul.

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    Cheers NP

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    Came across this image online, I think it was on facebook but can't remember.


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    It's also in that excellent book, One Last Look. Page 142

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    Ridgewell Sick Quarters - 18 Sept 2009








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    Default Re: Ridgewell

    This image, posted earlier in this thread, has to be taken adjacent to the aircraft Shooting-in Butt that was located at the rear of a 'frying pan' dispersal off the SE corner of the airfield perimeter track. Watch your ankles!

    02 November 1943


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    Default Re: Ridgewell

    For those of you interested in Ridgewell (and in possession of a Twitter account), you can follow the events of RAF Ridgewell as they happened 70 years ago by following @RAF_Ridgewell

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