An original 1939 RAF Belman Hangar and briefing rooms available for filming. The building is located on the site of an international Airport. This is a WW2 Airfield with original Airfield Control Tower.
This is an original 1939 Belman Hangar. Built for the RAF at the outbreak of WW2. Some of the rooms have been refurbished, 3 are in a derelict state but watertight. The Hangar is still originally clad with corrugated steel sheets, with a modern roof. The floor space is 35 metres wide and 25 metres deep. The acoustics are excellent for music.
Fire Hydrant (close by)
Shoot and Stay
Walls & Windows
Exposed Brick Walls
The Aircraft Hangar is on the edge of the Airfield so has open views from the Hangar doors. Outside there is a perimeter walkway and a small stone chip area in front of the office buildings. The steel cladding has some age so it looks like an very old building.