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Missing memorial plaque

 

B-29 Super Fortress, Succoth Glen, Argyll.

 

If anyone or any organisation knows the present whereabouts of the crew memorial plaque at this location, could you please get in touch with me. The plaque was removed from the cairn recently. Many thanks. Gordon Lyons.

 

 


 

 

 

 

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Update (22 April 2014)

 

RN Gloster Meteor WL336

 

Crash at Rynechkra near Cam Sgriob, Grantown on Spey, in 1955.

 

(Some wreckage photos now added. Kindly provided by Richard Doake.)

 


 

Addition (21 April 2014)

 

British Airtours Boeing 707-436 G-APFK

 

Crash at Prestwick Airport (runway), Prestwick, South Ayrshire, in 1977.

 

(With information and accident photos kindly provided by Gordon Macadie.)

 


 

Addition (19 April 2014)

 

RAF Lockheed Hudson FH375

 

Crash at Fiar-Chreag, North Harris, Western Isles, in 1942.

 

(With information kindly provided by Donald McLean and crew details kindly provided by Alan Leishman.)

 


 

Update (18 April 2014)

 

RAF Avro Lancaster PD259

 

Crash at Balavil Estate Kingussie, in 1944.

 

(More wreckage pre-recovery photos added. Kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Addition (16 April 2014)

 

RAF Vickers Warwick BV512

 

Crash at Culbin Forest, Forres, Moray, in 1945.

 

(With photos and information kindly provided by Roy Young.)

 


 

Addition (10 April 2014)

 

RN Westland Sea King HU.5 / XV699

 

Crash landing on hillside near Bridge of Orchy, Argyll, in 1998.

 

(With photo and information kindly provided by Neil Daniel and Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Update (9 April 2014)

 

RAF Hawker Hurricanes P2724 and P2874

 

Crashes at Garmouth (2 locations), Moray, in 1941.

 

(Roadside memorial cross photos added. Kindly provided by Roy Young.)

 


 

Addition (8 April 2014)

 

RAF H.P. Halifax JP190

 

Crash at Craik Forest, (Muckle Knowe near Wolfcleughhead), Hawick, Scottish Borders, in 1944.

 

(With photos and information kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Addition (3 April 2014)

 

RAF Bristol Beaufort N1180

 

Crash at Torr Môr, Mull of Kintyre, Argyll, in 1942.

 

(With photos and information kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Addition (29 March 2014)

 

RN/FAA Vought Chesapeake AL941

 

Crash at Gleann Diomhan, Catacol by Lochranza, Isle of Arran, in 1943.

 

(With photos and information kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Addition (27 March 2014)

 

RAF Vickers Wellington R1535 (Polish crew)

 

Crash at Dunmoor Hill, Ingram Valley, Cheviots, England, in 1943.

 

(With photos and information kindly provided by Gary Nelson.)

 


 

Addition (22 March 2014)

 

RAF Supermarine Spitfire AD540 "Blue Peter"

 

Crash at Roaring Cleuch, Cairnsmore of Carsphairn, Dumfries and Galloway, in 1942.

 

(With recovery photos, and pilot and accident information kindly provided by Alan Thomson; and with additional recovery photos kindly provided by Alan Leishman.)

 


 

Update (22 March 2014)

 

RAF Hawker Audax K7473

 

Crash at Cairn o' Mount, Aberdeenshire.

 

(Updated with photo of earlier forced landing and crash near Upper Dysart, Angus. Photo kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Update (17 March 2014)

 

RAF Avro Shackleton XF710

 

Forced landing at Culloden Moor, Inverness, Highland.

 

(Shackleton Park Memorial photo added. Kindly provided by Iain Kesson. Also, more crew names and extended additional details kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 


 

Addition (13 March 2014)

 

RAF Hawker Hurricanes P2724 and P2874

 

Crashes at Garmouth (2 locations), Moray, in 1941.

 

(With initial information kindly provided by Brian McCudden and additional information kindly provided by Alan Leishman.)

 


 

Update (7 March 2014)

 

RN Supermarine Sea Spitfire ('Seafire') PR432.

 

Crash at Hill of Stake, Lochwinnoch / Greenock / Largs.

 

(Recent photos added (2013-2014). Kindly provided by Gary Nelson.)

 


 

Addition (5 March 2014)

 

RAF Short Sunderland W6010

 

Crash at Allerton Farm, Cromarty, Ross and Cromarty, in 1944.

 

(With accident data kindly provided by Douglas Gordon. Further information kindly provided by Alan Leishman.)

 


 

Update (1 March 2014)

 

RAF Vickers Wellington HF816.

 

Crash at An Lurg, Bynack More, Highland.

 

(More photos added (3 pages). Kindly provided by Gary Nelson.)

 


 

Revision (24 February 2014)

 

RAF Avro Anson K6255.

 

Crash at Cauldron Hill / Dunrod Hill , Inverkip near Greenock, Inverclyde in 1939.

 

(With corrections to crew casualties, photo, official documents and newspaper reports kindly provided by Mrs Carole Barfoot.)

 


 

Addition (15 February 2014)

 

Civil/Private de Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth

 

Crash at Benarty Hill, Ballingry, Perth and Kinross.

 

(With information kindly provided by Brian McCudden.)

 


 

Update (9 February 2014)

 

RAF Avro Shackleton XF710

 

Force-landing at Culloden Moor, Inverness, Highland.

 

(Pilot's name and additional accident information kindly provided by David Davies.)

 


 

Addition (8 February 2014)

 

RAF E.E. Lightning F6 XS900/M

 

Crash near Inchbroom Farm, Milltown, Moray, in 1968.

 

(With initial information kindly provided by Brian McCudden, and additional details kindly provided by Alan Leishman via Alan Thomson.)

 


 

 

Addition (1 February 2014)

 

RAF Short Sunderland DV979

 

Crash at Black Rock, Bowmore, Isle of Islay, Argyll, in 1943.

 

(With accident data kindly provided by Alan Thomson.)

 

 

 

 

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In Preparation

See Additions Pending list below.


 

Request for Photos

 

Crash site and / or memorial photos would be very much appreciated for those aircraft below marked as 'Photos Requested'.

 

Photo categories sought:

1)  Air crash sites (locations) in Scotland, with or without wreckage photos.

2)  Related memorial / monument photos taken onsite; or related monument photos taken elsewhere at gravesides, etc.

3)  Individual air crew photos (with consent of relatives).

 

See under Additions Pending below for some of the crash sites for which photos are being requested.

 

If you have photos of a crash site in Scotland that is not on the Additions Pending list, these would be very welcome. This crash site will be added to the list.

 

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Additions Pending

 

The following aircraft and / or crash sites will be added later.

 

The additions, however, will not necessarily appear in the order shown below.

 


 

USAAF Consolidated B-24D Liberator 42-72851

 

Crash at Lochmaddy, North Uist, in 1943.

 

[Wreckage photos requested]

 


 

RAF Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IIa P8187

 

Ditched and sank in Lake of Menteith, Aberfoyle, in 1943.

 


 

RAF Bristol Beaufighter LZ294

 

crash on take-off at Strath Farm, Watten, Wick, Caithness, in 1943.

 

[Photos requested]

 


 

RAF Short Sunderland ML858,

 

 crash at Gleann Mor, St. Kilda, in 1944.

 

[Photos requested]

 


 

RAF Boeing-Vertol CH-47 Chinook ZD576 (helicopter)

 

 crash at Beinn na Lice, Mull of Kintyre, in 1994.

 

[Memorial / site photos requested]

 


 

RAF (RCAF) Hawker Typhoon IB JR439

 

Crash at Loch Skerrow, New Galloway, in 1944.

 


 

RAF Avro Anson Mk.I EG693

 

Crash at Craigronald Hill, Cairnsmore of Fleet, in 1944.

 


 

RAF Avro Anson Mk.I DJ575

 

Crash at Brownhill Farm, Carsphairn, Kirkcudbrightshire, in 1942.

 

[Photos requested]

 


 

North American Mustang III P-51C HB882 PK-M (315 Polish Squadron.)

 

Crash near Maud, Aberdeenshire, in 1944.

 

[Wreckage photos requested]

 


 

BOAC Lockheed 14-WF62 Super Electra G-AFKD

 

Crash at Beinn Uird, E of Loch Lomond, in 1940.

 


 

RAF Sepecat Jaguar T2 XX144

 

Crash landing after failure of undercarriage at RAF Lossiemouth, in 1974. (w/o)

 


 

RAF A.W. Whitley Mk.V P5041.

 

Crash near Balmavicar, Mull of Kintyre, in 1941.

 

[Site (location) photos requested]

 


 

P.L.M. Helicopters Bell 206 (Jet Ranger) G-BAYA.

 

Crash at Loch Avon, Inverness-shire, in 1977.

 


 

Dan Air Hawker Siddeley HS 748-2 G-AZSU.

 

Crash at Sumburgh Airport, Shetland, in 1977.

 


 

Dan Air Hawker Siddeley HS 748  G-BEKF

 

Crash at Sumburgh Airport, Shetland, in 1979.

 


 

RAF Vickers Wellington HF746.

 

Crash at Ben Rinnes, Moray, in 1943.

 

[Wreckage photos requested]

 


 

RAF Airspeed Oxford HM724.

 

Crash at Braeriach, Cairngorms, in 1943.

 

[Wreckage photos requested]

 


 

RAF AEW.2 Avro Shackleton WR965.

 

Crash at Maodal, South Harris, Outer Hebrides, in 1990.

 

[Wreckage photos requested]

 


 

RAF Hawker Hurricane Mk.I  Z4180 56 OTU.

 

Crash at Culteuchar Hill, Glenearn Estate by Forgandenny, Perth and Kinross, in 1942.

 


 

RAF Avro Lancaster SW326.

 

Crash at Tain Bombing Range, Ross and Cromarty, in 1948.

 

(With information kindly provided by Larry Wright (Canada)).

 

[Site (location) and / or wreckage photos requested]

 


 

RAF Avro Lancaster SW361.

 

Crash at Kinloss, Moray, in 1948.

 

(With information kindly provided by Larry Wright (Canada))

 


 

RAF Bristol Beaufighter T3428 (RAAF crew).

 

Crash at Kyles Hill, Polwarth, Scottish Borders, in 1943.

 

[Site (location) photos requested]

 


 

RAF Hawker Siddeley Harrier GR. Mk 1, XV799.

 

Crash near Kyle of Lochalsh in 1972.

 

[Site (location) photos requested]

 

 


 

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Occasionally, other aircraft may be added which are not shown in the above list.

 

 

 

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You can also use the Search functions to see which aircraft have crashed on particular hills / mountains, or in particular regions. For example, entering  'Cairngorms' or 'Aberdeenshire' in the Search box will find aircraft on this website that have crashed in those areas.

 

Similarly, entering 'Ayrshire' in the box will show a list of aircraft that have crashed in Ayrshire; including the Isle of Arran.

 

Please note that the search results do not include every crash site in Scotland. However, the search lists will become increasingly comprehensive  as more crash sites are added here in the future.

 

 

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BELOW: A Hawker Hurricane and Supermarine Spitfire flying over Largs, North Ayrshire during the Viking Festival event in September 2013.

 

Over 50 Spitfires crashed in Scotland; some of which are shown on these pages.

 

spitfire and hurricane at viking festival largs in 2013

 

 

hurricane at viking festival largs 2013

 

Photos: © 2013 Jim Campbell

 

Examples of both types can be found on this website.

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The nearest town or village is named underneath each crash site. However, some of these smaller towns or villages may be unfamiliar to many people. Therefore, to help find the general region in which the crash site is located, more recognizable larger towns are now being added to each aircraft page.

 

Each larger town or city is shown with a compass reference: e.g., Inverness (NE). This means that the nearest large town / city (in this case, Inverness) is situated north-east of the crash site. (The crash site is located at Corryfoyness by Drumnadrochit near Loch Ness.)

 

 


 

 

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BELOW: Aird-Whyte Trophy Winners (1964)

 

aird-whyte trophy winners 1964.

 

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BELOW: 42 Sqdn crew attending HQ Coastal Command at Northwood for the presentation of the Aird-Whyte Trophy (now Fincastle Trophy).

 

42 sqn coastal command attending northwood for presentation of Aird-Whyte Trophy.

 

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BELOW: A winter view of the path to Glen Esk / Glen Lee.

 

Crashes at Glen Esk / Glen Lee include Wellington, Whitley, and Mosquito aircraft.

 

This photo was taken looking directly toward the Mosquito wreck. The wreckage lies about 3km on the other side of the hill as the crow flies, or about 7km on foot. The point from which this photo was taken is about 5km from the car park.

 

route to glen esk / glen lee in winter 2013

 

Photo: © 2013 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW:  84-0015 / LN F-15C Eagle of RAF Lakenheath's 48 FW 493 FS. [Wikimedia]

 

Two of these aircraft crashed at Ben Macdui in Scotland in 2001.

 

A USAF F-15C Eagle fighter

 

Photo: 2010 Jerry Gunner from Lincoln, UK.

 

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BELOW: Bf 110 E-1, Deblin-Irena (Poland 1942).

 

Rudolf Hess is believed to have used a Messerschmitt similar to this on his flight from Augsburg in Bavaria to Eaglesham in Scotland.

 

messerschmitt bf110 E-1

 

Photo: B. Huber

 

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BELOW: An RN Fairey Firefly.

 

One of this type crashed at Cuidhe Crom, Lochnagar, Braemar in 1949.

 

RN Fairey Firefly

 

Photo: 2002-2004 Paul Maritz ('paulmaz'). Released by the author to the public domain under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

 

 


 

 

BELOW: An RAF Liberator LB-30

 

One of this type crashed at Drigmorn Hill near Newton Stewart.

 

an RAF Liberator LB-30

 

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BELOW: RAF Hercules C-130 transport.

 

One of this type crashed near Loch Loch and is featured on this website. However, new photos of the crash site and memorials were added in August 2011.

 

RAF Hercules C-130

 

Photo: 2006 Adrian Pingstone ('Arpingstone')

 

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BELOW: A Lockheed Hudson Mk V light bomber.

 

A Mark I variant of this aircraft crashed while taking off at Wick (old) airfield in 1941.

 

Lockheed Hudson Mk V light bomber

 

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Aircraft Crash Sites in Scotland

 

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Scotland is already a fascinating part of the UK to visit, with a rich and interesting history. However, another part of the nation`s heritage is its involvement in the allied war effort, and it retains a broad catalogue of aircraft crash sites, as well as civil crash sites. Some of these are mentioned below. Many of Scotland`s World War II crash sites still hold remnants of the aircraft, while others have memorials in place. While some are on hills, islands and mountains inaccessible or far from any town, others are reasonably accessible to moderately experienced walkers.

 

Some Crash Site Examples


Beinn a` Bhuird
near Allanaquoich and Braemar, Aberdeenshire. Airspeed Oxford Mk II, 10 January 1945. Crew: Sqn/Ldr Karel Kvapil (26),Pilot; F/O Leo Linhart (32), Pilot; F/O Jan Vella DFC (39), Pilot; F/O Valter Kauders (26), Wireless Operator/Air Gunner; W/O Rudolph Jelen (22), Pilot.

Gallow Hill
near Tealing and Milton of Ogilvie, Angus. Avro Anson, 23 June 1945. Flt Sgt Kenneth George Mayne (28), RAFVR, Pilot.

Succoth Glen
, Corrow near Lochgoilhead, Argyll. B-29A Superfortress, 17 January 1949. At least 20 deceased: Pilot, 1/Lt. Sheldon C. Craigmyle; Co-pilot, 1/Lt. Myrton Patrick Barry; Navigator, 1/Lt. Richard D. Klingenberg; Bombardier 1/Lt Robert A Fritsche; T/Sgt Delbert E Cole; M/Sgt Wayne W Baker; T/Sgt John B Lapicca; S/Sgt Malcolm W Bovard; Sgt Anthony V Chrisides; Sgt Rufus W Mangum; PFC Jack L Heacock; M/Sgt Henry P Prestoch; T/Sgt Frank M Dobbs Jr; Sgt Cecil G Jones; Sgt Charles W Hess; PFC Robert Brown Jr; T/Sgt Rufus G Taylor; Sgt Paul W Knight; PFC Frederick N Cook; PFC Bruce J Krumhols.

Blaeloch Hill
, near Largs and Fairlie, Ayrshire. Fairey Firefly, 26 October 1944. Sub/Lt. James Henry Fairclough, pilot; Sub/Lt. Anthony John King, navigation.

Bowbeat Hill
, near Innerleithen and Peebles, Borders / Midlothian. Gloster Javelin FAW.6, 21 November 1960. Pilot Flight Lt Victor Leslie Hill; Flight Lt John Michael Knight, navigation.

Bennanbrack
, near Glentrool Village, Dumfries and Galloway. Avro Anson, 21 July 1944. Crew unknown, believed four people perished.

Maol Odhar
, near Kilmaliue, Strontian and Inversanda, Highland. McDonnell F-101C Voodoo, 5 May 1964. Capt. Morris H Reed, Pilot, 28. Substantial aircraft remains but spread over wide area, inaccessible to all but very experienced climbers.

Corryfoyness
, near Achmony, Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness, Highland. De Havilland Mosquito, 25 November 1943. F/Lt Burfield, F/O Barron (both survived).

Cauldron Hill
, near Greenock and Inverkip, Inverclyde. Avro Anson, 26 July 1939. Pilot Sgt Robson, L/ac Ball; Ac Ward; Mr. Harold John Reynolds (believed all survived, some serious injuries).

Hare Hill
, near Balerno and Edinburgh, Lothian. Ju 88A-14, 25 March 1943. Oberleutnant Fritz Forster, pilot. Obergefreiter Heinz Kristall, Wireless Operator / Air Gunner, Unteroffizier Horst Bluhm, Wireless Operator / Air Gunner, Gefreiter Willi Euler, Air Gunner.

Cuilags
, Isle of Hoy, Orkney. Consolidated GR V Liberator (B-24D-DT), 1 January 1945. W/O Oldrich Bures (35); F/Sgt Milos Bodlak (22); F/Sgt Otto Mandler (age unknown); F/Sgt Zdenek Launer (age unknown); F/Sgt Ivo Karel Englander (20); F/Sgt Antonin Bednar (31); F/Sgt Jaroslav Zapletal (33); Sgt Martin Dorniak (29).

Queenside Muir
, near Lochwinnoch, Renfrewshire. Hawker Typhoon, 24 January 1943. F/O Steven A. N. Gould.

Vaasetter
, Fair Isle, Shetland. Heinkel He 111 H-2, 17 January 1941. Lieutenant Karl Heinz Thurz (20), Pilot (survived); Wetterdienst Insp. A. Kr Leo Gburek, meteorologist; Feldwebel Josef Wohlfahrt, 1st Wireless Operator (survived); Gefreiter Georg Nentwig, 2nd Wireless Operator; Unteroffizier Bernard Luking, engineer/air gunner (survived).

Visiting these sites can make an interesting twist on an already enjoyable walking excursion. It allows visitors to experience the natural beauty of Scotland, while still not being completely cut off from any human influences - witnessing an isolated crash site from over 60 years ago can be a very humbling experience. Visiting a Scottish crash site can also provide a focus for an exploration tour, giving your trip a greater sense of purpose and achievement. By using online discount codes, you may even be able to get to towns near to the sites cheaply, or find somewhere to stay, and other things to do, for less.



 

 

 

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