Mr Guy Neville Warwick

  1925, aged 27


A barrister from Harpenden, Hertfordshire.


   G-EBPI ANEC IV Missel Thrush Guy Warwick  1928



In June 2004, Air Crash Investigation and Archaeology (ACIA) reported that 'the remains of ANEC Missel Thrush, G-EBPI, have been found on Broad Law, near St. Mary's Loch in the Scottish Borders.

The aircraft, a competitor in the King's Cup Air Race, crashed in cloud on 20th July 1928 during the Newcastle to Glasgow leg of the race. The pilot, Mr Guy Neville Warwick, was sadly killed.

ACIA members Jim Corbett, Scott McIntosh and Alan Hudson discovered the fragmented remains after a long search on the southern slopes of the mountain, eventually finding the fragments in a stream below the reported crash location. Reports that the engine remained on the mountain proved unfounded."

ANEC III COLOR wheels described as plum   could be PC12 Museum of Flight  A wheel from the aircraft - Museum of Flight


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