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    Default Blenheim 1942 F/L nr Kiln Pit Hill Northumberland

    Hi-For a long time I have been searching for the Air Ministry Form 1180 or the aircraft accident card for the following Blenheim forced landing.The details of this forced landing and an eyewitness account are from the late Derek Walton and this information is in his book,"Northumberland Aviation Diary".

    In 1942 a Blenheim MkIV made a forced landing in a field opposite West Minsteracres Farm near to kiln Pit Hill,
    Northumberland.The aircraft was dismantled and removed.Derek Walton witnessed this forced landing.

    Has anyone seen the A.M.Form 1180 for this incident?

    Regards,Philip
    founder member of the 55 Aircraft Accidents Research Group

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    Hi Philip,

    I think it is a very small chance any of members will have it.
    I can recommend to contact the RAF Museum Hendon and ask them for copy of A.M.Form 1180 for this incident - if exists.

    Pavel
    Czechoslovak Airmen in the RAF 1940-1945
    http://cz-raf.webnode.cz

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