30 January 2004
Warner has taken the 213,000 sq ft (19,788 sq m) Hangar Two in Cardington from the Building Research Establishment. The grade-II listed building was built in the 1920s and the ill-fated airship R101, which crashed in France in 1930 killing everyone on board, was built there.
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