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English: Cardington is a village and civil parish in Bedfordshire in England, best known in connection with the Cardington airship works founded by Short Brothers during World War I, which later became an RAF base. However most of the former RAF base is actually in the parish of Eastcotts, as is the settlement of Shortstown, which was originally built by Short Brothers for its workers. The old village of Cardington is located to the north east of Shortstown and the RAF base, and houses most of the population of the parish, which was 270 in 2005, making it one of the least populated parishes in Bedfordshire.
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