The following information and pictures were provided by Mark Sheldon of BAE Systems. They serve as an accompaniment to the blog entry for Lovell's Final Victory.
Photo (via Bill Norman) showing personnel inspecting the wreckage from Ju88A 4U-GH, which dived into Barnaby Moor near Middlesborough after being intercepted and shot down by Flight Lieutenant Anthony D. J. ‘Tony’ Lovell on the 30th March 1941. The structure on the skyline is Eston Beacon and the crater containing the bulk of the wreckage from the Ju88 is visible behind and slightly to the right of fuselage section in the foreground.
The moorland where the Ju88 impacted has since been drained and turned to agricultural use, however, a shallow depression, which was filled with water when visited earlier this year, marks the crash site. Lying nearby was a piece from one of the main wing spars, positively identified following inspection of the Ju88 held by the RAF Museum.
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