Hawker Hart K6482

Goldscleugh, The Cheviot, England

 
     
 
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BELOW: Probably, the remains of an exhaust off the engine.

 

probably, the remains of an exhaust off the engine.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another view of the exhaust pipe end.

 

another view of the exhaust pipe end.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another section which highlights the severe corrosion on the steel parts.

 

another section which highlights the severe corrosion on the steel parts.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another cog with a piece of chain fused to it with rust.

 

another cog with a piece of chain fused to it with rust.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another view of the undercarriage assembly from the Hawker Hart bi-plane.

 

another view of the undercarriage assembly from the Hawker Hart bi-plane.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: These two pieces have rubber damper v-locks on them.

 

these two pieces have rubber damper v-locks on them.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: More unidentified wreckage. Note the cogwheel and chain (centre).

 

More unidentified wreckage. Note the cogwheel and chain on this section.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another unidentified section.

 

Another unidentified section.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The gulley containing the wreckage shown in relation to the hill slopes (Goldscleugh).

 

The gulley containing the wreckage shown in relation to the hill slopes (Goldscleugh).

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another view of a gear assembly from the aircraft.

 

Part of a gear assembly from the aircraft.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Looking back up the quad bike track which passes the Hart wreck then heads uphill past the Lancaster wreck and reaches the summit beside the Eastern Cairn.

 

Looking back up the quad track which passes the Hart wreck.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The wrecksite (circled) viewed from the northwest.

 

The wrecksite (circled)viewed from the northwest.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The wrecksite taken from Bellyside Hill, due N of The Cheviot.

 

The wrecksite taken from Bellyside Hill.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The Lambden Burn and the farm at Dunsdale; former residence of John Dagg and Sheila the Collie.

 

The Lambden Burn and the farm at Dunsdale; former residence of John Dagg and Sheila the Collie.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Photo showing relation of Boeing B-17 44-6504 wreckage and Vickers Wellington Z1078 wreckage to Braydon Crag on West Hill, NW of the Cheviot.

 

Photo showing relation of B-17 44-6504 wreckage and Wellington Z1078 wreckage to Braydon Crag.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Taken from Bellyside towards Bizzle Crags and Braydon Crag.

 

Taken from Bellyside towards Bizzle Crags and Braydon Crag.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The valley below, shrouded in mist.

 

The valley below, shrouded in mist.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 

 

 

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The Impact Point

 

 

NOTE: The following photos show the area where the Hart actually crashed. This area is slightly further uphill from the main collection of wreckage and consists of lots of tiny fragments. There is also a small cairn, although this has now collapsed.

 

 

BELOW: Highly fragmented pieces lying among the stones.

 

Highly fragmented pieces lying among the stones.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: More tiny pieces lie here. The Hart crashed at this location, but RAF recovery crews moved most of the wreckage to the gully further downhill.

 

More tiny pieces.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Two metal rings and two rectangular metal pieces.

 

Two metal rings and two rectangular metal pieces.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Looking down into the valley from the impact point.

 

Looking down into the valley from the impact point.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The collapsed cairn and impact point in relation to the hillside and valley below.

 

The collapsed cairn and impact point in relation to the hillside and valley below.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another view showing the impact point in relation to the hillside and valley below.

 

Another view from the impact point to the valley.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Taken from another perspective.

 

Taken from another perspective.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Tiny pieces of metal lie beside this rock.

 

Tiny pieces of metal lie beside this rock.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: More fragments among the rocks.

 

More fragments among the rocks.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 

 


 

 

Location Photos

 

 

BELOW: The Cheviot viewed from the north. (Photo taken downhill from the impact point).

 

The Cheviot viewed from the north.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another view of The Cheviot.

 

Another view of The Cheviot.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The location of some aircraft wrecks on The Cheviot.

 

Five of the 7 wrecks on the Cheviot massif can be seen from here. The 6th—the Spitfire on Bellyside Hill—is off shot to the right; and the 7th—the Warwick on Cairn Hill—is about a mile beyond and to the left of the B-17 on the other side of the hill.

 

The location of other aircraft wrecks on The Cheviot.

 

Photo: © 2014 Gary Nelson

 

 

 


 

 

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