By C N Wotherspoon ,Alan Clark,Mark Sheldon
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Each region contains a preamble describing the neighborhood geography and historic notes. person website entries comprise special position, info of the airplane and staff and the conditions of the loss.
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Aircraft Wrecks:The Walker’s Guide: Historic Crash sites on the Moors and Mountains of the British Isles by C N Wotherspoon ,Alan Clark,Mark Sheldon