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Dornier bomber: A year of conservation work

The wreckage of a World War Two Dornier bomber was raised off the Kent seabed one year ago.

Painstaking work has been taking place on the remains before the aircraft can go on public display.

The Dornier was shot down during the Battle of Britain and remained in the Goodwin Sands off Ramsgate for more than 70 years.

BBC South East's Jon Hunt reports.

  • 10 Jun 2014
  • From the section Kent
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