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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

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.

Site Admin   on 25/04/18 @ 20:52 said:

I found bits and pieces around Cwm LLoer one summer (approximately in the NE corner), and the remains of an engine above Cwm LLoer below Dafydd on the descent from the Dafydd - Llewllyn ridge into the Cwm. Parts from two different aircraft apparently.

Whilst wild camping with some Scouts in Cwm Cywion we found various parts of an aircraft on our way to collect water from the spring on the south side of the Cwm. Above this on the North slopes of Y Garn you can find screen bound together by melted aluminium from the same aircraft.

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