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Strewn across a scrapyard, this is the final resting place of Pan Am Flight 103. The wreckage of the plane, blown up above Lockerbie  has been abandoned to an undignified end. The remains include the nose of the Boeing 747 that become the iconic image of the disaster. The wreckage was taken to Roger Windley's salvage scrapyard near Tattershall, Lincolnshire, where it has remained until the present day amid legal wrangling. Mr Windley is thought to earn around £800 a month for storing it..Picture:  20 August 2009: Universal News and Sport (Scotland)/bbc.All pictures must be credited to  www.universalnewsandsport.com.(0ffice) 0844 884 51 22. (Universal News does not claim any Copyright or License in the attached material. Any downloading fee charged by Universal News and Sport is for Universal News services only. We are advised that videograbs should not be used more than 48 hours after the time of original transmission, without the consent of the copyright holder). .
Strewn across a scrapyard, this is the final resting place of Pan Am Flight 103. The wreckage of the plane, blown up above Lockerbie has been abandoned to an undignified end. The remains include the nose of the Boeing 747 that become the iconic image of the disaster. The wreckage was taken to Roger Windley's salvage scrapyard near Tattershall, Lincolnshire, where it has remained until the present day amid legal wrangling. Mr Windley is thought to earn around £800 a month for storing...
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