The last remaining Dornier 17 is under-going restoration at RAF Cosford after arriving yesterday.
The remains of the plane, that has been under water in the English Channel since the Second World War, will now be coated in water and citric acid to remove the barnacles from the metal. This process will take about twelve months.
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