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Thread: "Over-exposed" B29 Superfortress Crash site, Glossop, Derbyshire, November 2016

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    Superb report HughieD :)


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    Nicely done Hughie.... it still amazes me how all those light pieces of alloy are still just in situ after nearly 70 years when you think about the weather up there.

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    Nice to see her again, looks a bit cold up there though ;)

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    That's a very thorough and well thought out report mate.great pics too.love this one so much
    I like to go where others fear to tread.

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