Winter Hill air disaster

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The Winter Hill air disaster occurred on 27 February 1958 when the Silver City Airways Bristol 170 Freighter G-AICS, travelling from the Isle of Man to Manchester, England, crashed into Winter Hill (also known as Rivington Moor) several hundred yards away from the Independent Television Authority's Winter Hill transmitting station. Thirty-five people died and seven were injured. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Nearby points of interest.

You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Geography, Hills, Historical Facts, Civil Parish, Railway Stations, what to see / tourism / museums, Education

Geography

  1. Horwich

Hills

  1. Winter Hill (North West England)

Historical Facts

  1. Winter Hill air disaster

Civil Parish

  1. Tockholes

Railway Stations

  1. Adlington (Lancashire) railway station

what to see / tourism / museums

  1. Bolton Museum

Education

  1. Bolton TIC

Other interest places

  1. Ewood Park
  2. Blackburn Rovers Football Club
  3. Darwen
  4. Municipio metropolitano de Bolton
  5. Rumworth Lodge Reservoir
  6. Adlington, Lancashire
  7. Jubilee Tower
  8. A.F.C. Darwen
  9. White Bear railway station
  10. Hindley South railway station
  11. Newbridge Learning Community
  12. Metropolitan Borough of Wigan
  13. St James's Church of England School and Sports College

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