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Image caption Graham Holden and his partner found the wreck while walking their dog on Cleethorpes beach. The remains of a crashed World War Two aircraft have been discovered on a beach by dog walkers. Graham Holden and his partner found the wreckage after shifting sands uncovered the site at Cleethorpes. According to the Grimsby Telegraph , the aeroplane is believed to be an RAF Bristol Beaufighter which crashed soon after take-off from nearby North Coates in Lincolnshire in April 1944. Mr Holden said he was "amazed" to have found the wreck. Image caption The aircraft is believed to be a twin-engined Bristol Beaufighter. "I've walked this beach for nearly 30 years on a regular basis and I've never seen it," he said. Full story

29 May

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