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Abandoned, crashed and destroyed aircraft are a rare sight around the globe, which make these some of the most intensely fascinating to behold. Knowing that they were once flying high above, but now reduced to rusting on the ground, discover the stories behind these doomed and derelict aircrafts.

This article examines 30 abandoned, crashed, derelict and destroyed aircraft of the world, from wartime military wrecks to giant airliners.

These 3 Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bombers, Swamp Ghost, Gray Ghost and Black Jack, crashed on Papua New Guinea during WW2 and survive remarkably intact

3 Intact Crashed B-17 Bombers of Papua New Guinea

These 3 Boeing Flying Fortress bombers, Swamp Ghost, Gray Ghost and Black Jack, crashed on Papua New Guinea during and survive remarkably intact

#4wd #offroading got bogged down and no winch points so had to dig a deadman #superwinch #toyotalandcruiser

Field expedient "deadman" winch anchor (should be completely buried for maximum traction)

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In northeast Ohio, there's a sizable collection of vintage aircraft rotting away in an overgrown meadow. Amassed by an obsessed aircraft enthusiast over the course of several decades -- mostly during the and -- the collection is familiar.

A B-25 Mitchell with two P-51 Mustang little friends

AirVenture Best of Oshkosh. A trio of Commemorative Air Force World War II beauties over the frigid waters of the English Channel

PBY Catalina, Saudi Arabia.  In 1960, Thomas Kendall, his family, and a photographer from Life magazine set off on a round the world pleasure trip in this Catalina.  On 22nd March they touched down in the Gulf of Aqaba.  The following day they were attacked with automatic gun fire from a headland nearby by local people who had mistaken them for Israeli commandos.  Mr Kendall and his secratary were injured. After interrogation in Jeddah they were all released.

PBY Catalina wreck from 1960 located in Saudi Arabia. More info in comments.

The Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay. In a shallow bay of the Potomac River about an hour south of Washington, D.C., lie the remains of 214 wooden cargo ships from World War I, some of which have sprouted trees and become islands.

30 incredible and tragically beautiful images of the world’s most haunting shipwrecks - Ghost Fleet of Mallows Bay

A sandbar sharks watches over the wreckage of an Me 109 in a shallow reef in the Mediterranean Sea. via destroyed-and-abandoned

A sandbar shark watches over the wreckage of an Me 109 in a shallow reef in the Mediterranean Sea.

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This is one of the craziest cat trees we have ever seen! This would be great for a multi-cat home. It is so important for cats to have vertical spaces, especially with multiple cats in the home. make with a tree

Urban Ghosts30 Crashed, Derelict and Destroyed Aircraft Across the World | Urban Ghosts

30 Crashed, Derelict and Destroyed Aircraft Across the World

A Chinese-made Shenyang copy in a bunker at the abandoned fighter graveyard at Kuçovë Airbase, Albania, photographed by Rob Schleiffert

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