Little Heath, Suffolk

Little Heath, Suffolk

Little Heath (Maintenance Unit No.94), near Thetford Forest, was a Forward Filing Depot comprising three 500-ton underground mustard storage pots. (Located in front of the small redbrick building in the background, righthand side) Decanting and burning of munitions also took place here.
Little Heath was part of a larger military base that was connected to RAF Barnham a nuclear bomb store that is still used for military training.
At one time the complex housed the East Anglia Tank Museum. The site is now being used as a wood processing facility.

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