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|Royal Air Force Station Sealand or more simply RAF Sealand was a Royal Air Force station in Flintshire, in the north-east corner of Wales, close to the border with England, and operated between 1916 and 2006.|
Under defence cuts announced in 2004 RAF Sealand was completely closed in April 2006. All remaining RAF units were moved to RAF Leeming. Part of the original airfield is now...
|Ruin of Gurre Castle in northern Sealand. It was a royal castle for danish King Valdemar 4 Atterdag in the 14th century.||02/04/2006||339|
|When you want to use the bridge between Funen and Sealand by car, motorbike, truck or bus you have to pay a fee here at this toll station at Halsskov.||03/10/2007||363|
|Horseroed open prison in northern Sealand.||02/04/2006||380|
|The Maunsell Sea Forts were small fortified towers built in the Thames and Mersey estuaries during World War II to aid in the defence of the United Kingdom. They take their name from their designer Guy Maunsell. After they were decommisioned in the late 1950s they became used for other activities and one became the famous Sealand "micronation". They may be seen from Reculver. ||07/29/2006||2,407|
|A ~350m containership at A.P. Møller-Mærsk Container Terminal in Yokohama, Japan. The ship is part of the Maersk Sealand line (check the side of the ship).||05/10/2007||669|