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UER Forum > US: Mid-Atlantic > Abandoned Airfield (Viewed 392 times)
farlesbarkley 


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Abandoned Airfield
< on 4/19/2018 4:01 PM >
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I came across this abandoned airfield on my way home from a trip to Asheville. It's in pretty good condition considering it was abandoned in the early 80's. There was still one small plane on the site with a storage area and main building. The cracked runway looked amazing with the mountains in the background.
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Securitas 


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Re: Abandoned Airfield
< Reply # 1 on 4/19/2018 4:32 PM >
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Shoulda strapped ya flyin helmet on and took that baby out for a flight




SpectorLens 


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Re: Abandoned Airfield
< Reply # 2 on 4/20/2018 8:39 PM >
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Nice find. Were you able to get any cool shots from the cockpit? Abandoned airfields are one of my favorites especially if you're you can get shots of the control panels in old planes.




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Re: Abandoned Airfield
< Reply # 3 on 4/23/2018 2:49 PM >
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If you grabbed a pic of the tail of the plane, you should Google the number and see if it sheds any light on the plane and it's history




becckeez 


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Re: Abandoned Airfield
< Reply # 4 on 4/23/2018 4:37 PM >
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Totally diggin' that plane in the hanger there. Cool find.




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Re: Abandoned Airfield
< Reply # 5 on 6/2/2018 2:43 AM >
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Damn, I recently did a video there. It is right behind where I used to live.

https://www.youtub...atch?v=ozdhXu4tmD0

How did you find this place? I mean, if you're traveling from Asheville to Chattanooga? Well, you certainly won't see it from any known road. Yeah, it's known heavily by the local folk. Even through the local town, you have to like know where it is and where you're going. No way you'd be finding that unless you know what to look for, knew someone in the area, or have been driving around all the local backroads.

I also did a video of a nearby lumberyard.




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