Boeing B-29A  44-62276

Succoth Glen, Corrow, Argyll

 
     
 
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USAAF / USAF Boeing B29A Superfortress 44-62276

 

Succoth Glen, Corrow, Argyll

 

 

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Larger Wreckage Photos (Part 2)

 

 

 

BELOW (next 2 photos): The second main undercarriage which is all but buried under other wreckage.

 

(next 2 photos): The second main undercarriage which is all but buried under other wreckage.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

 

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: A piece of broken cylinder head. Top left of it is the rocker arm and the top of the valve spring.

 

A piece of broken cylinder head.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Supercharger attached to the 2nd engine.

 

Supercharger attached to the 2nd engine.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Two detached cylinders from an engine.

 

Two detatched cylinders from an engine.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Terminal block for electrical components.

 

Terminal block for electrical components.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW (next 2 photos): The nosewheel assembly minus the wheel.

 

 

(next 2 photos): The nosewheel assembly minus the wheel.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

 

 

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Pulleys for changing the direction of control wires.

 

Pulleys for changing the direction of control wires.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Some form of electrical component.

 

Some form of electrical component.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The wrecksite looking north.

 

The wrecksite looking north.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 

 

 

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BELOW: The summit of Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn in the background.

 

The summit of Stob na Boine Druim-fhinn in the background.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW (next 2 photos): Main undercarriage leg.

 

(next 2 photos): Main undercarriage leg.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

 

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Remains of a main undercarriage tyre, lying beneath the large undercarriage assembly.

 

Remains of a main undercarriage tyre, lying beneath the large undercarriage assembly.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Another piece of engine showing the valve seat and the tip of a spark plug.

 

another piece of engine showing the valve seat and the tip of a spark plug.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The thread of that was about 42 diameter.

 

The thread of that was about 42 diameter.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Instruction notice for maintenance engineers.

 

Instruction notice for maintenance engineers.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The cairn can be seen at the top of the photo. The previously missing plaque has since been refurbished and re-attached to the cairn.

 

(See Page 2 for earlier photos showing the Memorial plaque affixed to the cairn.)

 

The cairn can be seen at the top of the photo.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: As with the undercarriage leg at the top of the crash site, this one is also still attached to a very large section of wing spar.

 

As with the undercarriage leg at the top of the crash site, this one is also still attached to a very large section of wing spar.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: The whole of the main crater is littered with small parts like this.

 

The whole of the main crater is littered with small parts like this.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: More pulleys for the control wires.

 

More pulleys for the control wires.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: This piece was about 3m (10ft) long.

 

This piece was about 3m (10ft) long.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: This piece was even longer. It carries on for some distance into the trees and is probably about 9m (30ft) long.

 

This piece was even longer. It carries on for some distance into the trees and is probably about 9m (30ft) long.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: More panels found in a drainage ditch while exiting the woods.

 

More panels found in a drainage ditch while exiting the woods.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 

 


 

 

Descending to Lochgoilhead

 

 

BELOW: Some photos on the Lochgoilhead side of the hill.

 

Some photos on the Lochgoilhead side of the hill.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

 

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

 

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

 

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 


 

BELOW: Looking back toward the hills.

 

Looking back toward the hills.

 

Photo: © 2014-2015 Gary Nelson

 

 

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