RAF Catfirth 1918 - The Story of a First World War Air Station and the First Flight to Shetland

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During the First World War, RAF Catfirth in Shetland was the most northerly air station in Britain. a flying boat station planned to house 450 men and 18 aircraft. The author takes a look at the history of this RAF station.
AUTHOR Simon Gunn
BINDING Softcover
NO OF PAGES 96
ILLUSTRATIONS Colour, B&W photos. Maps, Tables & Illustrations.
Product Code 44014AVI
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£8.50
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