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New Gloucester plane crash
Date: 5/27/2013 Album ID: 1658221
Photos by John Ewing
New Gloucester resident Phil Blake, a member of the town's historical society, recently discovered parts from a plane that were recovered from a crash in the town during WWII
John Ewing/staff photographer
New Gloucester resident Phil Blake, a member of the town's historical society, recently discovered parts from a plane that were recovered from a crash in the town during WWII  that involved British pilots who were training in the area.  Blakes wants to add the names of the two pilots to the town's veteran's monument.  Blake enlisted town archivist Linda Gard (right) to assist in researching the incident.
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John Ewing/staff photographer
New Gloucester resident Phil Blake, a member of the town's historical society, recently discovered parts from a plane that were recovered from a crash in the town during WWII  that involved British pilots who were training in the area.  Blakes wants to add the names of the two pilots to the town's veteran's monument.  Blake came across the plane pieces while cleaning out his father's home after he passed away.
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John Ewing/staff photographer
New Gloucester resident Phil Blake, a member of the town's historical society, recently discovered parts from a plane that were recovered from a crash in the town during WWII  that involved British pilots who were training in the area.  Blakes wants to add the names of the two pilots to the town's veteran's monument.  One of the pieces identifies the downed  plane.
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