An old fashioned cockpit where everything is hamster wheel powered not like todays glass cockpits. I can understand every gauge and switch in this cockpit unlike most modern aircraft. I also did some of my apprentice training on Canberras and the one thing you cannot get on the photo is the unique smell of a Canberra cockpit.
Largely intact, the tail section is the most recognisable remains of this Wellington bomber which crashed near Ben Tirran, Angus, 67 years ago, killing four of the five crew members on board. The Wellington's geodetic design, developed by Barnes Wallis, can clearly be seen in this shot, and despite the ravages of time, is still in remarkable condition. The crash site, one of many littering the Scottish mountains, serves as a memorial to those who died in the accident.