RAF hospital Rauceby [entry point]
RAF hospital Rauceby was located in Lincolnshire, 2 miles (3 kms) west of Sleaford.
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It was originally built in 1897 as an asylum and requisitioned by the RAF in 1939. It came under the control of RAF Cranwell and patients took up residence in April 1940. The hospital dealt with crash and burn injuries as well as other medical cases. The RAF left the hospital in 1947.
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