Avro Lancaster RAF The white painted Lancaster of 230 Operational Conversion Unit, on a training flight from RAF Lindholme Crashed on Rhodes Hill, Tintwistle Knarr. December 1948 Grid Ref: SK 03566 99255 GE:
Short Sterling LJ628. Crashed 21st. July 1944. Main Crash Site. All 10 crew survived this crash. The Stirling was on a training exercise, the crew learning how to deal with stopped engines and such events. With attention concentrated on these details, the bomber had drifted off course and flew into the moor. Grid Ref: SK 20721 95701 GE: 53.457657 -1.689406
Lockheed Lightning of the Fighter Training Group, USAAF, crashed on Tintwhistle Knarr May 1944 Hugh Allen Jones Flight Officer Pilot Killed Grid Ref: SK 03929 99086 GE:
Hawker Hunter T. Mk.7 G-BTYL (formerly XL595) dived into the ground on Broomhead Moor near Stocksbridge on the 11th June 1993 Wallace Cubitt Civilian/Owner Pilot Killed. On the day of the crash the pilot was intending to fly from Coltishall to Warton near Preston for the Blackpool Air Show on the 12th June where he was booked to perform a display. Grid Ref: SK 20866 94337. GE: 53.445392 -1.687312
Meltham - Huddersfield branch line. On 28 June 1958, a rake of four carriages ran away and were seen by the signalman, who diverted them into the sidings at Lockwood station, where they were derailed by trap points and crashed into the booking office. No one was hurt. luckily the office was empty at the time.
Dornier DO217E-4 1182/Coded U5+KP:4/KG2, Luftwaffe. Crash Site. Crashed 24th March 1943, at Steel Rigg near Haltwhistle, Northumberland. One of around 50 aircraft that took off from their Dutch bases on a disasterous raid on Edinburgh. only 14 reached the target and 10 were lost. The Dornier was flying at low altitude when it hit high ground disintigrating and scattering wreckage over a wide area.