Do you know what this is?




Crane Support by Cloudsurfer_UK
Crane Support, a photo by Cloudsurfer_UK on Flickr.

No its not a quiz, we are actually intrigued. This structure is one of 3 that obviously formed some kind of loading/unloading depot but beyond that we haven’t got a clue.

Its located just east of Greenham Common near a place called Waterside Copse. (Google Maps http://goo.gl/maps/3mMfN)

If you have any info on this site please drop us a line.




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2 Comments on "Do you know what this is?"

  1. Terry Andrews | Aug 4, 2013 at 7:59 am | Reply

    Similar structures existed at RAF Upper Heyford in the late 1970’s they were for loading conventional bombs.

  2. Thanks Terry, that was my suspicion as well.

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