In the North sea likely found the wreckage of the Second world war

© AFP 2017 / Scanpix Norway/ Marit Hommedal the Ship of a coast guard of Norway in the North sea. Archival photoIn the North sea likely found the wreckage of the Second world war© AFP 2017 / Scanpix Norway/ Marit Hommedal

The wreckage, allegedly of the bomber Short Stirling adopted by the RAF during the Second world war, found in the North sea, according to British television and radio Bi-bi-si.

The alleged fragments of the aircraft found experts who conducted the study of the seabed using sonar equipment under the project of laying cable lines between the UK and Norway.

Experts in aviation believe that the fragments belong to one of the bombers that went missing in the progress of missions during the Second world war. If the aircraft Short Stirlings were used for the delivery of goods from UK to Norway.

«You can imagine our surprise when the images of the alleged aircraft wheels», — said the representative of the British power company National Grid Nigel Williams.

Joint project of the British National Grid and the Norwegian company Statnett assumes cabling from the British city of Blythe in Norway.

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