Coming down towards one of the main entrances to the hangar. The whole structure is shaped like a horseshoe.
This entrance/exit has two ways out like a T whereas the other exit in the far end only has one.
From the T looking in towards the blast doors and into the museum display.
Blast doors from the side with operations room straight ahead. Possibility for people to get in/out via that room, through decontamination station.
Coming down the tunnel towards the hangar area itself. In the "good" old days this climbing tunnel was packed with planes ready for action. They were attached to their towing trucks and could be filed up with ammo and petrol from archers in the walls...
...like this one for fuel.
Inside the hangar and repair structure looking back towards the entrance tunnel. In front is a turntable to be able to rotate planes coming out from the side ships.
One of many ships now filled with museum and flying helicopters and planes.
Fire-extinguisher equipment on the lower level of the hangar.
Looking up the other entrance/exit.
Half way up the other exit.
Just outside the second exit. This goes down to a sharp right turn where the blast doors are.
Some small shelters for airmen laying around waiting for destruction. Placed around the airport and with the wooden part in the ground it gave a primitive splinter protection.