Aviation Memorial

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Original poster
Mar 15, 2021
Robert Owen
United Kingdom
Merthyr Tydfil
Hi all
Not adding this photo for its technical merit and not even sure if this is the correct forum for it.
Over the weekend my wife and I hiked in the Brecon Beacons national park to the site of this memorial.
It marks the fatal crashing in November 1944 of a Wellington bomber on a training exercise with the loss of all 6 Canadian crew.
My wife is pictured at the memorial and in the background you can see part of the wreckage which has lain there undisturbed for over 70 years.
Quite a poignant moment reflecting on those brave Canadians who lost their life so far from home.
The UK owes a huge debt to them and many like them.


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