Norfolk Uncovered: Wartime Relics: The Flight Deck Of Britain (Part 2)





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Published on Apr 25, 2010

Norfolk Uncovered is a series of short documentaries about the less-known and less-obvious relics and ruins of the county of Norfolk, in the United Kingdom.

This episode focuses on some of the many aerodromes constructed in Norfolk during the second world war, and their current condition.

Part 2 looks at the remains of RAF Oulton, RAF Weybourne anti-aircraft camp, RAF Little Snoring, and touches on the airfields which are still in use today.

Which of the airfields are still in use?
What is it like inside an old RAF Control Tower?

All will be revealed in this episode of Norfolk Uncovered...

Narrated by Michael Richmond.

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