United States Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator 63934

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United States Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator 63934

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http://aircrashsites.co.uk/air-crash-sites-5/united-states-navy-pb4y-1-liberator-63934-near-mossley/

8 comments on “United States Navy PB4Y-1 Liberator 63934
  1. humilesspiritu says:

    These are always so sad – life compacted to a few bits of metal and plastic. As always, your work makes me think

  2. ​favourite waste of time​ says:

    Is there really a spot where you can leave bits of the plane that you find? I guess I hadn’t stopped to realize it.

  3. Ian D B says:

    Most of the wreckage was cleared at the time by salvage crews and apparently the rest by a local scrap dealer.

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  4. stuant63 says:

    I regret to say in my younger days, I thoughtlessly removed a tiny piece from a crash site in the Cairngorms. I’d never do that now though.

  5. Ian D B says:

    [http://www.flickr.com/photos/stuant63/]

    Not the only one. Years ago I took a chunk of a shell found on a Somme battlefield. Wished I hadn’t, don’t know why I picked it up in the first place. An urge to somehow ‘own’ something of the past, I suppose.

  6. Pleasureprinciple2012 says:

    I’m afraid that I am gulity of the same kind of deeds, collected as a teenager, although the items I have are now on display in a local museum.

  7. jerseyimage says:

    Find it amazing that these items are still around after all these years, interesting shot.

  8. pasujoba says:

    Missed this one ….thought provoking… am off up tomorrow having a look myself , will definately leave anything I find .

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