WWII RAF Structure

Have just returned from my photographic survey of the remains of a building once associated with RAF St Brides (also known as No 6 SLG).  The airfield was originally a grass strip and also used as an emergency landing strip for RAF Llandow, which lies further to the northeast.

This survey will be included in a Cadw funded project that I’ll be undertaking later in the year looking at all the major WWII airfields in Southeast Wales. These been: Fairwood, Stormy Down, St Brides, Llandow, St Athans, Cardiff, Pengam Moor, and Chepstow.