EAW035217 ENGLAND (1951). The River Hamble looking towards Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice, from the south, 1951

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EAW035217
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EPW000783
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EPW000797
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EPW000782
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Manylion

Pennawd [EAW035217] The River Hamble looking towards Bursledon, Hamble-le-Rice, from the south, 1951
Cyfeirnod EAW035217
Dyddiad 6-April-1951
Dolen
Enw lle HAMBLE-LE-RICE
Plwyf HAMBLE-LE-RICE
Ardal
Gwlad ENGLAND
Dwyreiniad / Gogleddiad 448730, 105669
Hydred / Lledred -1.3077302156773, 50.847927655963
Cyfeirnod Grid Cenedlaethol SU487057

Pinnau

Training Ship Mercury

Jb56
Thursday 9th of May 2019 09:41:45 PM
WWII Type 26 Pillbox S0000535

cptpies
Wednesday 25th of May 2016 08:42:54 AM
War time bofors gun, Hamble, 20/03/2015

Class31
Saturday 21st of March 2015 07:18:16 PM
Although this has been described as a boat yard, it was in fact an aircraft factory. In 1912 Hamble River Engineering Co and Luke & Co joined forces to build the HL1 floatplane which was never completed. The companies two sheds were requisitioned by the Admiralty in December 1914. Fairey Aviation was offered the site for the erection and testing of its seaplanes and moved in late 1917. Fairey Aviation continued to use the site until 1945 when it was transferred to an associated boat building company,Fairey Marine, however, aircraft production and conversion continued on th site until at least 1955.

Graham Yaxley
Monday 15th of December 2014 04:36:30 PM
WWII Bofors LAA Emplacement

cptpies
Thursday 8th of May 2014 10:40:07 AM
WWII Bofors LAA Emplacement

cptpies
Thursday 8th of May 2014 10:38:56 AM

Cyfraniadau Grŵp

Type 26 Pillbox at Hamble Airfield.

cptpies
Wednesday 25th of May 2016 08:44:33 AM
Display board, Hamble, 20/03/2015

Class31
Saturday 21st of March 2015 10:38:10 AM
Although this has been described as a boat yard, it was in fact an aircraft factory.

In 1912 Hamble River Engineering Co and Luke & Co joined forces to build the HL1 floatplane which was never completed. The companies two sheds were requisitioned by the Admiralty in December 1914. Fairey Aviation was offered the site for the erection and testing of its seaplanes and moved in late 1917. Fairey Aviation continued to use the site until 1945 when it was transferred to an associated boat building company,Fairey Marine, however, aircraft production and conversion continued on the site until at least 1955.

Graham Yaxley
Monday 15th of December 2014 04:47:30 PM
Although this has been described as a boat yard, it was in fact an aircraft factory.

In 1912 Hamble River Engineering Co and Luke & Co joined forces to build the HL1 floatplane which was never completed. The companies two sheds were requisitioned by the Admiralty in December 1914. Fairey Aviation was offered the site for the erection and testing of its seaplanes and moved in late 1917. Fairey Aviation continued to use the site until 1945 when it was transferred to an associated boat building company,Fairey Marine, however, aircraft production and conversion continued on th site until at least 1955.

Graham Yaxley
Monday 15th of December 2014 04:37:13 PM
WWII Bofors LAA Emplacements, mouth of the Hamble.

cptpies
Thursday 8th of May 2014 10:41:13 AM