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Old 25th Dec 2022, 13:05
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Airfield location Slow Horses series 2

In the second series of Apple TVs Slow Horses there are a number of sequences at an airfield featuring Cessna G-FLIP. I cannot work out what airfield it is. Any offers?
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Rochester?


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Old 25th Dec 2022, 14:36
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Maybe but it was obviously filmed well over two weeks ago, possibly even in 2021. I just wondered whether anyone had seen the programme and recognised the airfield.
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A number of posters on another forum say Brimpton, near Reading. Slow Horses a great series of books, Iíve read them all, best to read in correct order (SLF).
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Thanks. I will Google Earth it. I have read all the books (in the correct order). Love them and now loving the TV series.
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Never heard of the series but according to another forum, it's Brimpton.
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Donít know which airfield, but Iíve logged quite a number of hours in G-WACW when it was owned by Exeter flying club
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I worked on the series and I can confirm it was Brimpton
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