|RAF Caistor was a grass-surfaced airfield and served it's time as a Relief Landing Ground (RLG) for a number of stations in the area. It had four landing strips of varying lengths varying between 1100 yards (1005 metres) to 1450 yards.|
Today, very little remains. A few huts on the very basic technical site remain in private hands. The Thor launch pads and their attendant buildings now lie within a major poultry-rearing concern and naturally, access is nil. The single blister remains to the north-east, although re-clad. A solitary Stanton shelter remains on one of the former dispersed sites but the rest has long gone, much of the area now taken over by a large caravan park and is unrecognisable.