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Remains of downed Lancaster bomber return to Lincolnshire

More than seventy years since Lancaster Bomber flight PD214 crashed to the ground in northern Germany, and what remains of that fated aircraft has now returned to the airbase where it began its final mission.

Sergeant Ronald Barton was among the crew of eight - killed when their aircraft crashed during a bombing raid in 1944. His remains have never been recovered.

His granddaughters visited the crash site in Germany and have now they've returned to the Lincolnshire airfield where he embarked on his final mission: