File Description: Three interesting small English farm strips. Nayland is in Suffolk, near Colchester - the main 600m grass strip has a gradient of 8% in its first half:
probably the closest you'll get in Britain to one of the French alpine runways like Courchevel or Megève. Milson is in rural Shropshire on the side of a shallow valley; it has both a helipad & a 450m grass strip - most of which is on a fairly gentle 3.5% slope apart from the last 70 feet which rises up more steeply. The two runways at Gloucestershire's Eastbach Farm, on the edge of the Forest of Dean, are also on a slight slope but most of the excitement comes from their short length (250m & 350m respectively) - ideal for microlights and STOL planes. All three airfields are compatible ONLY with LAGO's TerraMesh Part 13 of England & Wales - no other mesh will work.