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|RAF Detling was a station of the Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) in World War I and the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the Second World War. Situated 600 feet above sea level, it is located near Detling, a village about three miles north-east of Maidstone, Kent.|
RNAS Detling was used jointly by the Navy and Air Force between 1916 and 1919, and Fleet Air Arm aircraft also shared some fac...
|Type: Westland Wessex HAS1 (WS-58)|
Registration: XS887 / FI-403
Taken on charge and issued to 829 Naval Air Squadron (NAS). Code 403-FI it operated from County Class guided missile destroyer D20 HMS Fife.
Operating with Royal Naval Air Station (RNAS) Yeovilton station flight coded 18-VL.
Operating with 772 NAS at RNAS Portland, coded 514-...
|This is all there is to see of the site of an airship station from the 1920s. The circular concrete circles were the bases of gas tanks and water tanks. All traces of the huge hangars have long since disappeared.|
In 1915, during the First World War, the British Admiralty needed a suitable site in north-east England for a new airship station, to protect the ports and ships from th...
|Royal Naval Air Station Stretton (HMS Blackcap), was an airfield in the village of Appleton Thorn, close to the village of Stretton, south of Warrington, in Cheshire, England.|
RNAS Stretton was originally planned as a Royal Air Force night-fighter station to protect Liverpool and Manchester from Luftwaffe air raids during the Second World War. But changes in German tactics meant ...
|WW1 Airship Station||01/06/2006||418|
|The remains of Pam Am flight 103. The 747 which was destroyed by a terrrorist bomb over Lockerbe in Scotland||06/03/2009||853|
|Hard to see the remains of Londons formula one track. In the crowded city near the remains of the Crystal Palace are the remains of a racetrack. It started among the embankement from southwest, upwards north, going eastwards passing the lake, southwards again, passing the go-kart track and behind the stadium, going west again. |
Closed in the 1970's but after some changes nowadays used fo...
|Originally build in the IV century by Eustorgio I to receive the remains of the "Re Magi" (The three Kings), this Basilica has been rebuilt in 595 by Eustorgio II.|
In 1164 Friedrick 'Barbarossa' destroyed the Basilica to steal the remains and bring them in Colonia. Unfortunately only fow remains has been given back to the Basilica, at the beginning of the XX century. In 1190 st...
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3 beautiful cropcircles remains around Avebury
|The remains of a supertanker at Alang. The ship has a width of over 220 feet.||02/06/2008||841|
|RAF Macmerry is a former Royal Air Force station located 4.5 miles (7.2 km) west of Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland and 11.4 miles (18.3 km) east of Edinburgh, Inverness-shire.|
It has also been called RNAS Macmerry (when used by the Royal Navy) and un-officially RAF Tranent and RAF Penston during its life.
|Remains left by the Romans near the Roman Wall around Chester. ||02/01/2007||342|