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RAF Henley-on-Thames is a former Royal Air Force grass-strip airfield in Berkshire, England, located near Henley-on-Thames. It was also known by a variety of other names: Cockpole Green, Upper Culham Farm, Crazies Hill, or Crazies Hill Farm.
There is currently little to see on satellite imagery that the airfield existed as the runways were grass. The only extant building from the aerodrome is a round defensive pillbox (F.C. Type, Mushroom Type or Oakington Type) in the middle of a field close to Ashley Hill Place. Google Maps link to pillbox location
- "Henley-on-Thames (Crazies Hill) - Airfields of Britain Conservation Trust UK". www.abct.org.uk. Retrieved 11 August 2017.
- Cantilever Pillbox, RAF Henley on Thames, Derelict Places, UK.
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