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The site consists of a 200m2 concentration of airplane parts on the seabed. Two 14 Cylinder Bristol Hercules engines and the characteristic tail wheel allow an identification of the aircraft as Avro 683 “Lancaster” Mk. 2. Only 300 aircraft of this type were built at Armstrong Whitworth in the UK between September 1942 and October 1943. Although the serial number could not be found, records of aircraft losses show that the Lancaster MK 2 DS 674 of the 426 Squadron Royal Canadian Airforce was lost with all hands during the August 1943 air raid on the V2 rocket development facility at Peenemünde.
Der Fundplatz besteht aus einer fast 200m2 großen Konzentration von stark zertrümmerten Flugzeugteilen am Seegrund. Neben Elementen von Rumpf und Tragflächen aus Aluminium konnten die Überreste zweier 14 Zylinder Sternmotoren vom Typ Bristol Hercules identifiziert werden. Es handelt sich wahrscheinlich um das Wrack eines Avro 683 “Lancaster” Mk. 2. Bombers.
Photogrammetrie: P. Stencel