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Aerial photograph of RAF Seething in 1945
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Seething Airfield( ICAO : EGSJ), formerly RAF Seething, is located 9 NM (17 km; 10 mi) south southeast of Norwich, East Anglia, England.
Seething Airfield (EGSJ) is a privately owned airfield in Norfolk, England and is home to the Waveney Flying Group. Situated in the village of Seething, south east of Norwich and just a few miles from the East Coast. The aerodrome is officially open to visitors Saturdays and Sundays from 0900 to around 1700 hrs (sunset in winter).
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