The Lost Squadron website. The story of the epic recovery of
a P-38 Lockheed Lightning from a Greenland icecap. The great
Restoration project and its return to to flying condition.
Click on the Beaufighter above to visit a new website telling
the story of a crew who baled out over neutral Eire in WW2.
Pictures of where the aircraft crashed and a pilots account are
included on this very interesting website.
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Click on the above animated GIF to go to the World Database on Civil Aviation crashes, hosted by Richard Kebabjian, his website is an authority on airliner accidents around the globe and has details of all the major accidents from a around 1930s to present day, along with pictures and accounts from crews, voice recorders, and investigators reports. A very informative site for aviation researchers.
Richard Allenby has set himself the task of documenting all the aircraft accidents on the North Yorkshire Moors,and this relatively new website is the result of his researches, lots of good info & pictures, with visits to crash site locations and crew information on each aircraft to be found here.
A very interesting site hosted by William Lindsay on Aviation Archaeology scene in Northern Ireland, with detailed histories on aircraft relics dug up. In the main American aircraft at the moment, but Will says he is working on adding British aircraft soon.
This is John `Gary` Cooper`s excellent site on the
story of a Handley Page Hastings of the RAF which
crashlanded in the sea of Gan,Maldive Islands. A very
informative site with excellent info on this and other
This is Ron Miller`s website with visits to crash sites
and details of around 30 aircraft, both military & civil
in the mountains & plains of Colorado and Wyoming,
well worth a look!
Trey Brandt`s excellent site on wrecks in the mountains of Arizona, namely military aircraft from WW2 through to the Cold War,a well researched site with good info & crash site photographs.
Linzee Druce` website on a couple of aircraft sites in Scotland, thoroughly researched with excellent photos, There is also a good link to her other site on the attack on the Tirpitz during 1942, aircraft lost, crews etc, and again this is very meticulously researched and has some very good pictures.
The new expanded work of Kjell Sorenson with a large
collection of excellent photos of WW2 aircraft crash sites
in Norway, these pictures were taken by Kjell Sorensen
who is in the process of researching the aircraft histories,
so he would appreciate any contact with historians who
Czech Airmen in the RAF 1939-45 is Pavel Vancata`s very informative website,giving biographies on many of the Czech airmen serving with the RAF in WW2,Surprisingly compiled in English by a Czech airman who flew with the Royal Canadian Air Force in the war.
If ever you wanted to know anything about the great outdoors, then `Trailzone` by Tony Saunders is the place to go. Tony`s brilliant website has everything for the Hiker,Mountaineer and general outdoor enthusiast, with great photos on trips to America, Iceland & Italy. He also has a section for all those aviation enthusiasts on walks to some of the aircraft wrecks in the UKs Mountains.