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    Default Saunders-roe facility Beaumaris Anglesey


    Hi all
    here are a few images of the Saunders-roe flying boat factory on the Menai straits,which was used for modication/repair/overhaul of Catalina and Walrus flying boats ,during WW2














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    Looks promising -similar to the old WW1 Airship Hangers at Cardington. Did you get any piccies inside? Thanks
    Lb

    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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    Never realised it was there or I would have tried to visit when I went up there. No close up shot's does some one own it

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    Quote Originally Posted by night crawler View Post
    Never realised it was there or I would have tried to visit when I went up there. No close up shot's does some one own it
    Hi there
    it was used for storage,but now looks deserted,high fences by main gate but there is a small field down by the mooring point,which looks good to get very very close if you what i mean!!

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    I like the look of that...looks interesting.
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    Jindivik - looks like you are getting around all the North Wales Military stuff - v.nice

    Also worth checking out the AA camp at llandudno and the other airfields on Angelsey etc

    Keep up the good work

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