Chris Timmer, the Netherlands, has recovered some parts of Squadron Leader Joe Berry's Tempest SD-F (EJ600). It's parts of the cockpit and engine. He also found a small marker plate (BOX JUNCTION, TYPE 17B, REF. No 10A12650, A*M, SERIAL No ******).

Everything he has excavated is on display in his local museum:
Dingeweg 1
9981 NC Uithuizen
The Netherlands





Parts of EJ600 on display. 





Images and text:
Graham Berry
Chris Timmer

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