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aerial photograph of the remains of the Boeing B29 Superfortress "Overexposed" which crashed on the 3rd of November 1948. These images were taken 59 years later, almost to the day on the 9th November 2007 and show that a surprising amount of the aircraft is still visible, including the under carriage legs, all four engines and a section of the wing. Having flown over the Pennines many times including in total cloud it was very sobering to see the remains of another aerial photography aircraft.
The lost crew were;
Pilot- Captain Landon P. Tanner, co-pilot- Captain Harry Stroud; engineer- Sergeant Ralph Fields; navigator- Sergeant Charles Wilbanks- radar operator David D. Moore, radio operator- Staff Sergeant Gene A. Gartner; aerial photographers- Segeant Saul R. Banks, Sergeant Donald R. Abrogast, Sergeant Robert I. Doyle and Private First Class William M. Burrows. Also on board were Corporal M. Franssen, Corporal George Ingram and Captain Howard Keel
The easiest way to navigate this gallery is using the geographic menu on the left. The aerial photographs are all organised in galleries according to their location so start with the county and then choose the town or village. Wales & Scotland are at the bottom under the English Counties. There is a search facility ( bottom left )but this only works with words I have put into it. That's fine for searches of places or well known buildings but in most cases I have not entered a post code. The gallery is only a small part of my collection of UK aerial photographs so please Email if you would like to buy an aerial view of something not in the gallery. There are over 25,000 photos in the gallery and I have an archive of around half a million pictures going back to 1999. As well as the views in my gallery, we can take new photographs specially to order, just email me for a quote.