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    Posted: 07 Jun 2009 at 07:00
Mike,

It could be the obvious Edinburgh Castle?

 
There was also an HMS Edinburgh Castle, although the ship did not serve in home waters or have a need for aviation personell.
 
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I would be grateful for assistance in understanding my GF's RNAS/RAF service in WWI. He served for over 2 years at the airship/aircraft station at East Fortune, and was then posted to 'Edinboro Castle' from Feb 1919 to April 1920, when he was discharged. It is the period at 'Edinboro Castle' that I would like to understand - who/what/where was that. Any suggestions would be gratefully received.

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Mike Dewey
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