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|A group of "C-type" aircraft hangars at the former RAF Bassingbourn, now Bassingbourn Barracks. Four hangars were probably erected in 1942 when the airfield was upgraded prior to the arrival of American bombers. They were certainly built by 1944. Three of the hangars were extant in 2003, one had been demolished. ||05/30/2008||560|
|What's this plane doing here? It's not in the hangars or regular terminal. Is it undergoing repairs, modifications, or what?||09/12/2006||356|
|The Riga Central Market was build from two airship hangars. These hangars came from the former WW I airship station Wainoden (Vaiņode), Courland. The two hangars were 240m long and had a volume of 70.500m³. They were named "Walhalla" and "Walther" and build by Seibert Company from Saarbrucken.|
In 1924 the hangars was bought by the council of Riga to build up the Central Mark...
|These hangars are made for gliders.||09/12/2007||351|
|Whoever parked this Hercules into this hangar made a bit of an error: the plane doesn't fit in the hangar and now part of the tail and part of the front are poking out. If hangars are for protection from outside elements, leaving part of the plane exposed is a pretty stupid thing to do.||01/19/2007||461|
|Two hangars at Gjader AB in Albania.||05/08/2006||472|
|this weird dark area looks like a plane or maybe a pond.|
also maybe a remains of crashed plane
|In France few big hangars had been built, because with the “Spies” there was only one attempt to built a rigid airship. Nevertheless at the end of the First World War an airship station for rigid airships was built in Cuers-Pierrefeu by adding the parts of smaller hangars to two big ones. |
At the airport at Paris-Orly two concrete hangars (demolished in 1942) were built between 1...
|a plane in fight leaving O'Hare (ORD) over Westchester, IL||11/14/2005||1,119|
|The RAF withdrew in 1965 and the airfield was later sold. The technical site was taken over for light industry as were two T2 hangars. Flying recommenced in the early 1980s, using a section of the perimeter track, and the Real Aeroplane Company now operates a flying club from new hangars and offices near the old technical site. Agricultural buildings have since been erected on parts of the runw...||11/25/2008||256|
|Aerial photograph of smoke billowing from hangars set on fire during bombardment by aircraft of No. 80 Wing, RAF. The Wing included No. 2 and No. 4 Squadrons, Australian Flying Corps (AFC). Three hangars were destroyed in the air attack. Note the (De Havilland) DH9 aircraft flying over the airfield.||11/04/2008||801|
|Airport is military/civilian use.|
Lots of traffic on the runway and perhaps all fighters out of their hangars.