Hunsdon Airfield is a largely defunct airfield near Hunsdon, Hertfordshire and 2.8 miles (4.5 km) north of Harlow, Essex, England. Some flying still takes place at the airfield by a local microlight club.
The airfield was used by the Royal Air Force between 1941 and 1945 under the name of RAF Hunsdon.
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... Today only a few original buildings remain of the former RAF Hunsdon ... One such building is the Hunsdon Underground Battle Headquarters, which was designed to provide emergency organisation of airfield defenses should the airfield come under attack ... Other remaining buildings include the airfield's three defensive pillboxes, a brick slit trench used as a defence position, a complete "Mushroom" defence position ...