The secret graveyard of Lockerbie jumbo: Wreck of Pan Am flight 103 lies rotting in Lincolnshire scrapyard



The twisted remains of Pan Am flight 103 lie in a forgotten heap – nearly 30 years after a terrorist bomb sent it crashing into the town of Lockerbie.
The 325 tons of aluminium alloy, including part of the fuselage bearing the identification number N739PA, are fenced off in a scrapyard and cannot be moved until all investigations into the atrocity have been concluded.
Among the 270 people who died when the Boeing 747 exploded over south west Scotland on December 21, 1988, were 25-year-old Clayton Flick, from Binley Woods, near Coventry, and his 19-year-old partner Clare Bacciochi, from... read more

 
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