ⓘ RAF Towyn

                                     

ⓘ RAF Towyn

Royal Air Force Towyn or more simply RAF Towyn is a former Royal Air Force airfield located 10.3 miles west of Machynlleth, Powys and 12.2 miles north of Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Wales.

It is operational from 1940 and closed in 1945.

                                     
  • 631 Squadron RAF was an anti - aircraft co - operation squadron of the Royal Air Force from 1943 to 1949. The squadron was formed at RAF Towyn on 1 December
  • Squadron RAF who arrived at Llanbedr in May 1945 from RAF Towyn and stayed until February 1949. The Squadron was re - numbered as No. 20 Squadron RAF From
  • This list of former RAF stations includes most of the stations, airfields and administrative headquarters previously used by the Royal Air Force. The
  • James Davies and Ida Lottie Latimer. By 1901 the family was residing in Towyn Merionethshire, Wales, where his father was a hotel proprietor. Latimer
  • landed at Plymouth and Swansea. Crewdson was ordered to reassemble the HQ at Towyn in North Wales then moved to Tadcaster in North Yorkshire, where it joined
  • equipped with DUKWs and were trained at the RASC Amphibious Training Centre at Towyn in Wales. The United States First Army was also assigned to the 21st Army
  • as the third battery of 99th LW AA Rgt. The new battery first went to Towyn AA practice camp on 15 April and then to 54th City of London AA Rgt s
  • the history of the railway for example Tywyn was generally spelled as Towyn until 1975. Modern place name spellings are used throughout this article
  • Compass, 5: 63 89. doi: 10.1111 j.1749 - 8198.2010.00395.x Looking back at the Towyn floods of February 1990 BBC. 18 February 2010. Retrieved 8 May 2012. Schuepp