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Plane being brought into Falmouth docks, Cornwall. 28th May 1919

Plane being brought into Falmouth docks, Cornwall. 28th May 1919


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Plane being brought into Falmouth docks, Cornwall. 28th May 1919

The remains of Mr Hawker and Commander Grieves Sopwith Rolls Royce Biplane, which crashed during an attempt at the first non stop transatlantic flight from Newfoundland to the UK, brought to shore at Falmouth Docks on a naval pinnace from the American vessel SS Lake Charlottesville. The aircraft was found 1200 miles east of Newfoundland, latitude 49.90N, longitude 39.07W. Both men were saved and decorated by King George V. Photographer: Arthur William Jordan

TRURI : TTair.18

Media ID 12345223

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