Master Navigator Colin Walsh of the RAF Air Sea Rescue service stands with his crew at Goodwin Sands, just off the coast
Master Navigator Colin Walsh of the RAF Air Sea Rescue service stands with his crew at Goodwin Sands, just off the coast of Ramsgate, following the discovery of an RAF Lancaster bomber which failed to make it home from its mission in the Second World War. The men of the RAF rescue service at Manston in Kent are continually scanning the seas and spotted the three propellers sticking out of the water, leading them to take a closer look.6th February 1964.
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