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Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney: detail of combined window and ventilator

RIBA149541
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149542
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149535 for a black and white version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149543
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149536 for a black and white version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149544
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149537 for a black and white version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149545
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149538 for a black and white version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149546
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149560 for a colour version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149547
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149561 for a colour version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149548
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149562 for a colour version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149549
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149563 for a colour version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149550
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149564 for a colour version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149551
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149565 for a colour version of this image.

Wee Fea Naval Signal Station (former), Lyness, Hoy, Orkney

RIBA149552
NOTES: This building was the main Base Headquarters and Communications Centre for Scapa Flow under Naval Command during World War II, and also named HMS Proserpine. It became operational in 1943 and housed up to 230 Woman's Royal Naval Service (WRNS) staff to handle signals via telephone, teleprinter and radio including from ships moored at buoys in Scapa Flow. See RIBA149566 for a colour version of this image.
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