NY6447 : Wreckage of De Havilland Venom

near to Broad Mea [other Features], Northumberland, Great Britain

Wreckage of De Havilland Venom
Wreckage of De Havilland Venom
This plane crashed on 4th March 1957. Sadly the pilot Flight Lieutenant W.F. Marshall died in the crash. The aircraft had taken off from RAF Silloth. Wing NO WR557.

We first came across the remains of this aircraft in January 1984 when there was snow on the ground and we didn't see all the wreckage.
There is a recently published book about Plane Crashes in Northumberland.
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Wednesday, 2 June, 2010   (more nearby)
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Tuesday, 8 June, 2010
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OSGB36: geotagged! NY 640 472 [100m precision]
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