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Ace High Dishes (RAF Stenigot)
Originally setup as part of a radar chain as early warning system against bombing raids by the Luftwaffe in the Second world war. The station continued as a radar station until 1959 when it was upgraded as a part of a new NATO project known as "Ace High." Ace High was a Communications project developed in the early 50's to provide communications between NATO forces. The project was decommissioned in the late 1980's
The dishes now remain as a bizarre monument to the cold war in a quiet part of lincolnshire.