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exrafrigger

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  1. We didn't manage to get out with a scope before the Covid 19 outbreak, just wondering if you managed to do so or have you come across any more infornation about ED 548 online? Thanks.
  2. Thanks. Interesting to know it can still be seen. We had a look from The Clackmannanshire bridge today and thought we saw some unusual shapes but were unable to identify them as aircraft parts. We will return at low tide with a scope at some point and see if we can identify anything.
  3. I Know this is an old thread but I paid a visit to the Pow burn today but was unable to see any remains of ED 548. As it approches the 70th anniversary of the crash does anyone know if there are any plans for any kind of memorial or commemoration for the crew? Also did anyone manage to get any photos of the area? Thanks for any info you can provide.
  4. Hi, Does anyone know if the above Lancaster was salvaged from the Pow burn near the Kincardine Bridge on the river Forth or if not, if any of the structure can still be seen? All I can find about it is the following... http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qn41...9/ai_n13937765/
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