Above; Crash site of RB-29A ‘Over-Exposed!’ on Bleaklow. See here for the story of this air crash, more photos, directions and grid references.

To browse other photos please select a category from the green menu bar above (there’s a drop down list for the air crash site posts), or the list at the bottom of this page.

The crash site photos are arranged by the date the crash occurred.

Most recently added pages;
21 November 2021 Not a new page but a significant update – new photos about RAF Valetta VW832 which crashed near Aqaba, Jordan in 1957. The newly added photos show the names of the passengers and crew at the National Memorial Arboretum, the funerals at Habbinaya, Iraq, two photos of the CWGC cemetery before the Gulf War and more recently after repair, and a photo of the aircraft itself at Aqaba.
08 November 2021 visit to the crash site of RB-29A ‘Over-Exposed’. The section on visiting this crash site has been updated as well with new photos and information about the route – including an attempt at following the ‘waymarked route’ – and details of a new bus route over the Snake Pass. Please see here under the heading Visiting the crash site from the top of the Snake Pass.
Also uploaded photos of crew member Staff Sergeant David Devere Moore as kindly provided by his son Terry.
04 October 2021 Crash site of Short Stirling N6075 on Merryton Low, Staffordshire.
30 August 2021 Research and photos by local historian Jane Kirk who tracked down the remains of Hawker Henley L3295 which crashed near Tattingstone, Suffolk in 1943.

About these pages and why I visit and photograph air crash sites.

Contact – it’s always good to hear from the relatives of those involved or people who recall these incidents and can add to the story.

I am very grateful to Jasmine in Queensland, Australia for setting all this up for me back in 2013 when she transferred 5 years of photos and stories from flickr to this site. I wouldn’t have had a clue. Many thanks also to Jay at ProWP.

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All words and photos are mine unless otherwise stated.