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During World War II the many RAF airfields north of Rauceby played a role in the Battle of Britain, in the debilitating of the Axis war machine and RAF and USAAF airfields all around took part in the Allied invasion of Europe.

Image of a Rauceby wall hanging

Rauceby wall hanging

In the 1940s plastic surgery was pioneered at No.4 RAF Hospital, Rauceby.

The Burns Unit was situated in Orchard House - one of the last remaining parts of Rauceby Mental Hospital (formerly the Kesteven Lunatic Asylum) to remain in NHS use as offices for Lincolnshire South West PCT following the Mental Health Hospital’s closure in 1998.

The whole site, which is now being redeveloped principally by David Wilson Homes for private housing has recently been renamed as Greylees.

Train Operator: East Midlands Trains
Ticket sales by ‘phone: 08457 125 678

Mapping information

Reproduced from the 1996 OS Mapping with the permission of the Controller of Her Majesty's Stationery Office (C) Crown Copyright. Unauthorised reproduction infringes Crown Copyright and may lead to civil proceedings.  OS LICENCE 100025370.

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  • Rauceby Railway Station

    NG34 8PP

  • National Rail

    National Rail Enquiries: 08457 48 49 50

    Textphone: 0845 60 50 600

    TrainTracker™: 0871 200 49 50

    (Calls cost 10p per minute from a BT landline, calls from other operators and mobiles may be higher)

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Last updated: 9 September 2016

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