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"modern" archeology of Twice Brewed
Topic Started: Dec 10 2009, 09:29 PM (337 Views)
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I love the Internet. Check it out, a fairly full account including pics -- though the cause of the crash isn't completely clear. Remarkably, the depression in the ground where the bomber hit is still visible today. http://www.acia.co.uk/crashsites/area1/dornier-1182.asp At the moment I can't quite picture that track or the exact location in my mind, though it seems clear that impact was up on the high ground on one side or the other of Peel Gap.

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