Three trucks carrying the wreckage of the plane tonight left the farm where it crashed.
The plane's propeller could be seen poking out from under a tarpaulin sheet on the back of a low-loader lorry.
Two other trucks carried out other bits of debris, including a wing section which was visible on one of the lorries.
An Air Accidents Investigation Branch vehicle and a 4x4 carrying men wearing military uniforms made up the rest of the convoy, which left the farm at 5.10pm.
Three police vehicles had earlier left the scene at around 3.20pm.
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