But the original overbridge is a grade II listed building.
The former airfield has a wide mixture of "stuff", ranging from light industrial units to some high-tech and futuristic research and development businesses.
Here is, for example, The Culham Centre for Fusion Technology.
This the site of the Joint European Torus (JET), Mega Ampere Spherical Tokamak (MAST) and the now closed Small Tight Aspect Ratio Tokamak (START).
You were taught in maths that a torus was a ring doughnut - some doughnut!
Formerly known as UKAEA Culham, the laboratory was renamed in October 2009 as part of organisational changes at its parent body, the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority.
Since September 2008 the director has been Professor Steven Cowley, and the centre has been engaged in work towards the final detailed design of ITER as well as preparatory work in support of DEMO.
In 2014 it was announced the centre would house the new RACE (Remote Applications in Challenging Environments)
And you are quite right; fbb does not have the faintest idea what all this means. But we are all familiar with a Tokamak, aren't we? fbb is old enough to remember a Pakamac ...
But, our readers may be wondering, why this flummery about Culham?
Last weekend, as part of a family visit to see Grandson as Gaston in Beauty and the Beast ...
... the fbb's took Bed and Breakfast at the Railway Inn Culham Station.