Eerie pictures have revealed what lays inside a plane “graveyard” where old jets are dumped.
Cotswold Airport in Gloucestershire, in the south west of England, is home to countless planes from various airlines including British Airways, KLM, Jet2 and Qatar Airways.
The planes left on the tarmac are either being stored for later use or are waiting to be scrapped, The Sun reports.
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Plane spotter group Aviation Up Close shared footage of the airport to their YouTube channel.
The description read: “Had the opportunity to visit Kemble this afternoon as it wasn’t too much of a detour coming back from Cornwall.
“It’s a fantastic place to spend an hour or so with a massive array of aircraft that are stored or awaiting the scrapper.
“The airport is home to an overwhelming amount of Boeing 747s with a fair few new additions courtesy of BA with the latest, G-BYGF arriving a few days prior.”
The dust-covered jets spotted by the group included a MK Airlines B747-200F, a British Airways B747-400 a Jet2 B737-300 and an Air Italy B737-700.
Construction work for RAF Kemble began in 1936.
From 1966 until 1983, Kemble housed the Red Arrows, the RAF’s aerobatic display team.
After the Red Arrows moved to RAF Scampton, the station was used by the US Air Force as a maintenance facility.
Following decades of use as a functioning runway, the site is now predominantly used as a storage facility for aircraft.
And in its retirement, the airport has been used as a film location for a number of television programmes and series.
These have included Top Gear, Casualty, Ultimate Force, Car of the Year Show, Wheeler Dealers, Classic Car Club, Drop the Celebrity and Fifth Gear.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was republished with permission
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