view of the dig in 1977
- This was due to the
fact that he had been around five years old at the time
of the crash, and the crash site had seemed a lot nearer
to his home than it was.
- Luck was on our side
and we went for a drive with the witness and what we
found was an identical corner in the road around ½
a mile away, and the field did have a similar
look to the one he had shown us earlier and after a short
search with the detector the aircraft had been located.
The Watts two blade propeller boss
- We carried out the
excavation in one day and a lot of good finds came to
light although we did not find the engine, this had been
removed in 1939.
with the Spade Grip ( control column )
remains of L1599 are on display in the Museum, We have been
trying to trace a picture of Sgt Evetts since 1977 without