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Monument Number 1385164

Hob Uid: 1385164
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Grid Ref : SP5915024320
Summary : An engine test house built in 1926, situated at RAF Bicester technical site. It was built for testing aero engines and has 3 cells for this purpose. It was altered after 1926 but was one of the buildings suggested as part of a proposed conservation area by an English Heritage report produced in May 2003.
More information : An English Heritage report produced in May 2003 suggested that the "Engine Test House Building 102" could be possibly included in a proposed conservation area at RAF Bicester. The report describes the building as having been built in 1926 "with three cells for testing aircraft engines and clearly relating to the projected 3-squadron for which Bicester was originally intended". The report notes further that "it has had some alteration, but merits protection within the frame work of the proposed conservation area." (1)

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Source Number : 1
Source : English Heritage field survey reports
Source details : English Heritage Thematic Listing Programme, May 2003 "Survey of Military Aviation Sites Summary Report", unpaged.
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Monument Period Name : 20th Century
Display Date : Built 1926
Monument End Date : 1926
Monument Start Date : 1926
Monument Type : Test House
Evidence : Extant Building

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External Cross Reference Source : National Monuments Record Number
External Cross Reference Number : SP 52 SE 117
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