Researching RNAS, then RAF, Catfirth in the Shetland Isles. This station operational for last 6 months of WW1. Would be very grateful for any information, photographs, records, anecdotes. Have tried major museum archives, but very few records seem to exist. The base still exists in part. Some concrete huts are still standing, while the wooden ones were sold off in the 1920s. The slipway and concrete standing are still there as well as some of the ammunition store and guardroom. First flight was sometime in late May, early June 1918, was a Porte Baby no.9807, pilot was a Canadian, Lt Arnold B Massey. Would like to establish actual date, as the centenary of first flight to Shetland will be in 2018.