Airfield of the Week - Windermere I (Hill of Oaks)

The start of seaplane flying in Britain can be traced to Lake Windermere, where H. Stanley Adams first became airborne in the Lakes Waterbird floatplane on 25 November 1911. We unveiled a marker at Hill of Oaks on a very damp day 100 years later.

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