Taken at the site of a WW2 R.A.F. bomber crash
The main photographic image for the Attagirls film and book was taken by the author Paul Olavesen-Stabb at the site of the R.A.F. Bomber crash of 2nd June 1943 at Broadway Tower in the Cotswolds, England. Aircraft A.W. Whitley Z6639, of No 24 O.T.U from RAF Honeybourne, Worcestershire crashed while on operational training killing all members of the five-person crew.
A plaque has been erected at Broadway Tower in memory of FLT/SGT H.G. Hagen (Pilot R.C.A.F.); SGT R.S. Phillips (NAV RAF); FLT/SGT D.H. Kelly (B.A. R.C.A.F); SGT D.A. Marriott (W.A.G. RAF V.R.); and SGT G.E. Ekins (A.G. RAF V.R.).
We will remember them.
Camera: Leica Q2 Model: Nadine