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Route Knugget: Pinkfloyd, Da Vinci Code and World War II near London

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15 March 2009
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Biggin Hill airport, UK & the link with Pink Floyd & the Da Vinci Code

Source Picture: Wikipedia


The aerodrome of Biggin Hill, near London was mentioned in the Da Vinci Code: the airport is the scene of landing of Sir Leigh Teabing's private yet.  This area was also the principal fighter base protecting London in the Battle of Britain during World War II. And its runway also appears on the back cover of Pink Floyd's album Ummagumma. 


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