A view of RAF Stenigot from the top of the surviving transmitter tower, looking north, taken in 1995.
The building in the left foreground housed a 1950s GEE-H Master Station used for aircraft navigation.
To its right can be seen the bases of another of the four Chain Home transmitter masts.
The building in the right foreground is the Slave Receiver hut of the original wartime GEE installation. Beyond that is the water tower and beyond that is the Standby Set House which housed a diesel generator to provide emergency power.
The 1960s NATO ACE HIGH tropospheric scatter station is located in the fenced compound beyond it.
It is obstructing sight of the Chain Home Receiver building although the four concrete bases of one of the receiver masts can be seen beyond the fence and to the right of the dishes.
Approximately 120 RAF personnel manned the Chain Home site, including police and anti-aircraft gunners to protect it.
Chris Lester, 1995