united kingdom RAF Mount Batten

Plymouth, England
united kingdom

0.8305 The Citadel, England
1.6148 Staddon Heights, England
1.8283 Trinity Pier, England
2.2273 Long Room, England
2.5302 RN Hospital Stonehouse, England
2.8199 Anchorage Delta, England

1913 to 1986

50 21 38 secs N - 4 7 42 secs W
Elevation: 10 feet

Started life as RNAS Cattewater shortly after seaplane trials around 1913. It became RAF Cattewater in 1918 when the RNAS was absorbed into the RAF and was renamed RAF Mount Batten in 1928. Flying boats were a common sight for the people of Plymouth and from 1940 until the end of WWII, 10 Squadron, RAAF based its Sunderlands here. The marker indicates the helicopter landing site in front of the officers mess, before it was demolished. The base closed in 1986 and has subsequently been redeveloped.

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