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Fermanagh Seaplane Festival 2011: Gallery

Fermanagh Seaplane Festival Image Gallery

Last Festival

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  • The Scottish invade Enniskillen CastleFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 Enniskillen Landing – A superb picture of the aircraft facing Waterways Ireland, who kindly supported us in 2009 aswellFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 at the Share Centre – One of my favourite pictureFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2011 Enniskillen Landing – Here comes the ‘Cub’ and Willy FloodFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 -Enniskillen Landing – Has to be the image of the 2009 Festival, a superb picture taken by Frank Grealish of Steve Powell outside Enniskillen CastleFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 -Enniskillen Landing – Another of my favourites, this actual Seaplane is home made, amazingFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 at the Share Centre – Here come the DutchFermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 -The legends from Holland park up at the Share Centre.

    Willy Flood turning in the waters around Enniskillen in 2009.

    Fermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 -Our friend John shows us all how to park and not get your feet wet at the Share Centre.

    Ready for lift off, Steve Powell from Lakeland Seaplane Tours, posing :),I mean, getting ready to take off at the Share Centre in 2009.

    The Scottish invade Enniskillen Castle

    Fermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 Enniskillen Landing – A superb picture of the aircraft facing Waterways Ireland, who kindly supported us in 2009 aswell

    Fermanagh Seaplane Festival 2009 at the Share Centre – One of my favourite pictures.

    Fermanagh Seaplane Festival 2011 Enniskillen Landing – Here comes the ‘Cub’ and Willy Flood.

Historical Images

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  • Catalina JX383 of 131 OTU based at Killadeas (Our site for 2011)during 1945Can you count the number of Catalinas on the orginal base? Image from 70yrs agoThe Catalina base at Castlearchdale in 1944Catalina BNW of 240Sqn Castle Archdale taking off from Lough Erne in 1942A Catalina moored up beside base.Catalina JX383 of 131 OTU based at Killadeas (Our site for 2011)during 1945Can you count the number of Catalinas on the orginal base? Image from 70yrs agoThe Catalina base at Castlearchdale in 1944

    Catalina BNW of 240Sqn Castle Archdale taking off from Lough Erne in 1942