No, the same main fundamental problem remains: what looks like a revetment to the RIGHT of the front right-hand side of the blister hangar is absent from the site plan and the Google Earth sources. There is no chance that the green E revetment can be seen from the angle of the photo, or at least to the right of the hangar. Sorry to say, Mark.
But again, a site map's depiction of buildings and angles of foundation construction is not to be taken as gospel. Air photography from late in the war or beyond would be most helpful. As we know from a certain airfield far, far away, a site was often in a constant state of flux, with expansion, demolition of existing structures, earth movement, etc. taking place post-war. So, for me to have any confidence in RAF Hibaldstow as the location, I would have to see supporting air photo evidence, or positive evidence from more ground photos, or another map, at least.
Mark, one of your lines is perpendicular to the hangar frontage, but the photo is shot at an oblique angle.
Last edited by Matt Poole; 8th January 2017 at 17:05.
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