Kingston Bagpuize watch tower, in case you were wondering.
WW2 Airfields of Oxfordshire - Barton Abbey
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Tractor shed and offices
Rear of tractor shed
View from within offices
Landing Ground opposite storage area
Tractor shed and office
Landing area

Points of Interest:

No 28 SLG, sometimes referred to as 'Hopcroft's Holt' or 'Lower Heyford'

Used by 6 & 39 MUs to store aircraft, which landed in the field opposite. Aircraft were then towed across the main Oxford-Banbury road and through a gap inthe trees (still evident today)