Walking and Hiking Picture:
Plane Wreckage near The Wain Stones, Bleaklow Head (Bleaklow Hill),
The Peak District National Park,
About 400 m from The Wain Stones, this is a USAF Superfortress which crashed in 1948 with all crew lost. There are over a hundred wrecks in the Peak District, but I believe this is the biggest, with wreckage strewn over more than an acre or two. Much of which is still there, including all four engines and the undercarriage
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Route Summary: - Woodhead Tunnel, Middle Black Clough, Bleaklow Stones (Bleaklow Hill), Bleaklow Head (Bleaklow Hill), The Pennine Way, Clough Edge, The Longdendale Trail, Crowden, Woodhead Reservoir, Woodhead Tunnel.
Route Summary: - Woodhead Tunnel, Far Black Clough, Swains Head, Swains Greave, Barrow Stones, Grinah Stones, Bleaklow Stones (Bleaklow Hill), Bleaklow Head (Bleaklow Hill), Wain Stones, The Pennine Way, Joseph Patch, John Track Well, Torside Clough, Peaknaze Moor, Reaps Farm, The Longdendale Trail, Torside Reservoir, Woodhead Reservoir, Woodhead Tunnel.
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