Upwood is a former non-flying RAF station near the village of Upwood. The site as it stands today started its life under the control of the US Air Force in 1981, much of the site was closed in the mid-90s, leaving it many buildings and underground spaces to decay. The site consists of several derelict buildings, four of which have underground bunkers, there's a hospital, police station, a water tower and much more.
Upwood, Cambridgeshire, United Kingdom
Grid Reference: TL2683084157
There may be some limited access to this site, however the current state is unknown.
Last Updated: July 19, 2017 10:37 PM
RAF Upwood History
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