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Following on from the Guess th airport competition, does anyone have any ideas on this one?
Hi Newbi, I think it could be Bramble Airport on the island of Montserrat in the Caribbean. We used to fly in supplies there.
Correct - it's the old airfield at Montserrat. You can still see the top floors of the terminal building.