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landranger68   on 14/04/18 @ 8:45 said:

Hi AM,the Hills of derbyshire & Wales are covered with Wrecks,sadly some are or sinking in boggy areas,but even more so morons are taking parts away.These are War graves

AMancInScotland   on 14/04/18 @ 16:45 said:

landranger68: I totally agree..The crash sites are a place to reflect on the losses in wartime and later in peacetime.

mirador   on 20/04/18 @ 17:14 said:

Plenty here in Wales, though I can't answer your question since I don't know which ones you have seen!

Philtheetiler   on 20/04/18 @ 18:25 said:

AMancInScotland: Not only in UK hills, look up Operation Freshman.

AMancInScotland   on 20/04/18 @ 22:45 said:

mirador: Visited a few in North Wales..the Canberra on Carnedd Llwelwyn and the Lincoln
close by, and the Vulcan on Fan Bwlch Chwtyth in the Brecons...My question was really to see if anyone else had a similar interest in enjoying the hills and also being intrigued by aviation history.

AMancInScotland   on 20/04/18 @ 23:03 said:

Philtheetiler: Thats interesting you mentioned the hydro plant at Ryuken,because I visited the factory on a trip to Norway on route to search for a USAF B24 Liberator that sadly crashed into Skorve mountain near Seljord in 1944.

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