The Thames is lined with WWII pill boxes, mostly made from poured concrete but there is one near Buscot that seems to vary from the norm.
But today was a rather special day for Crab Air*,
the last operational flight of the VC10 in flight refuelling aircraft and I managed to get photo' of the last two as they returned to Brize.
After forty seven years of service they are going for scrap. I know how they feel.
We moored on a nice remote bit of bank above Rushey Lock, no sooner had we got the pins in than two cruisers trurned up and moored right on our front end, sigh.
* In the Royal Navy members of our revered comrades in the RAF are known as Crabfats and the aerial sections are therefore referred to as Crab Air. Bit like Ryan Air but not quite as posh.
Watch this space..........