crash site

Discussion in 'The War In The Air' started by Stuart3009, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. Stuart3009

    Stuart3009 Member

    so im doing this reaserch on this airfield and found out that a plane crashed certain miles from airfield so heres the crunch got crash card but when i plot the direction it dont add up does anyone know where i can get the place where he went down
     
  2. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    Hi Stuart
    Welcome to the forum

    Might be an good idea to add any details as at the moment there are none at all

    TD
     
  3. KevinBattle

    KevinBattle Senior Member

    Scan the Crash card so we have some idea of places involved.
    Aircraft, Serial Number and Date might be useful, plus any other information you have gathered so far.

    Bit puzzled about how an aircraft crash can be plotted so "it doesn't add up" with an airfield?
     
  4. Stuart3009

    Stuart3009 Member

    ive scanned the crash card nothing shows up that i dont all ready know ive googled ive contacted people near by with local history and nothing all i know is where the pilot is burred and how far away fro the airfiled he was before crash but yet again that dont add up
     
  5. travers1940

    travers1940 Well-Known Member

    As you may have already discovered if the crash is in UK the burial place of the pilot/crew could be in their home town or parish, rather than the nearest churchyard or CWGC cemetery to the crash site or the airfield he/they flew from.
     
  6. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    Yes but you havent given us any clue here no detail or the like except Culmhead

    You say your not putting info here why?

    If you want help then add more detail
     
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  7. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    So to date you have the crash card for an incident that took place at [you wont tell us] on a date [you wont tell us] for an aircraft [you wont tell us] with a registration number [you wont tell us] and it was piloted by [you wont tell us]

    Hmm - if you wont tell us anything then why have you asked the question in the first place, and how are we supposed to answer questions when it seems you do not wish to provide any details at all

    As your post in the other thread

    Quote - "ok so need help anyone know of any info of a plane crash that happened near culmhead when it was first opened ive got the crash card which im not putting info on here was see if anyone else knows any diff" - Unquote

    Can I ask what is it you want help with ??

    TD
     
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  8. Stuart3009

    Stuart3009 Member

    the reason why i wont allow any information is my uncle is a aviation archo and i can give his name and he has been on the news he said try and not give much info away when asking people coz there are people about that will beat u to the site of the crash and they will take all credit
     
  9. alieneyes

    alieneyes Senior Member

    You are playing a silly game of the chicken and the egg.

    A casual glance at this forum will see literally hundreds of replies to many aviation mysteries. Indeed, hundreds of mysteries have been solved.

    I'd bet you'd be hard pressed to find one member on this board who has "taken all credit" by assisting someone.
     
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  10. AlanW

    AlanW Senior Member

    I used to respect aviation archeologists for the work they carried out but... several of these have brought the subject into disrepute over the years seemingly going from being interested in the historical side, to more on the possible monetary gains, as artifacts from these digs can fetch sums of money from the right people. Might be a silly question but just out of interest, can I ask what your interest is in this crash site, and do you intend to excavate, and what is your uncle's name. I have to agree with comments above, how can people help if they are not given some sort of clue as what to look for.
     
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  11. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    this forum is for people to share their interest and keep the period in the present.
    As stated by members we help either by supplying info and sometimes going out locally and doing some manual work.
    So its all about getting to the line first in this case
    Not actually Remembering the possible casualties

    Not good enough
     
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  12. Alex1975uk

    Alex1975uk Well-Known Member

    I have the answer:
    The plane crashed or something or nuffin, over there or something, coz it crashed yeah and it wasn’t there because it was definitely over there or something.

    You’re welcome.
     
  13. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    So in reality the ony question you have posed so far is below:

    In response to this one and only query that can be responded to I suggest 2 possibilities

    1. The crash card [unseen by anyone else here] if for a different crash to the one you are trying to identify

    2. Perhaps your plotting of the details/data on the crash card [unseen by anyone else here] is incorrect

    Until more details or data is available then it is impossible in my view for members of this forum to help or assist you in any way further

    I can already sense the content of some responses :unsure:

    TD
     
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  14. Vintage Wargaming

    Vintage Wargaming Well-Known Member

    Could I suggest to the moderators that unless the OP puts up the information requested you lock this thread? Otherwise it is pointless
     
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  15. Tricky Dicky

    Tricky Dicky Don'tre member

    Clive (2)

    I think most now who read this thread realise there is no point in posting more until the OP provides details or data, whether that means locking it or just leaving to swim its natural course - I dont know and its so way above my pay grade - oooops I shouldnt have said that

    TD
     
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  16. KevinBattle

    KevinBattle Senior Member

    So, you want OUR help, but YOU'LL take ALL the credit?
    You've got a lot to learn about tact and not a lot more to learn about rubbing people up the wrong way.
    Is your uncle related to the Robin Hood at DAR&R?
    What will you do IF you find the crash site? Rob it for souvenirs?
    As they say in the Dragons Den - I'm out.........
     
  17. Stuart3009

    Stuart3009 Member

    my uncles name is tim hake he dug up a bristol blenham bomber years ago google it
     
  18. Stuart3009

    Stuart3009 Member

    to all those people i have offened i do appoluguize i know your trying to help but its anoying me facts tell u one thing but maths tell u diffrfent its time to tell u info and maths see if im crazy or b stupid will post tnt
     
  19. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

    Stuart
    Its just we work in a way of helping people
    Give info if you want and im sure forum members will assist
     
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  20. RAFCommands

    RAFCommands Senior Member

    are you trying to figure out several miles south west versus three miles east of Church Stanton - if so there is an easier way.

    Ross
     

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