German Dornier bomber salvaged from watery grave is taken by road to RAF museum to begin its restoration

Shelton69

Shelton69

2015-07-06 14:49:13

The only surviving German Dornier Do-17 bomber has arrived at an RAF museum for a restoration project after spending more than 70 years at the bottom of the English Channel. The badly-damaged Second World War aircraft was transported more than 200 miles from Ramsgate to RAF Cosford in Shropshire today, escorted by two low loader lorries. It was lifted from the seabed on the Kent coastline last week where it was shot down during the Battle of Britain.
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