A previous post featured a rather sorry remnant of the wreckage of the Douglas Boston (Z2186) that crashed on Carnedd Dafydd on 17 October 1942. Hywel Evans has very kindly provided photographs taken at the crash site in 1981, showing both wings and engines of the aircraft.
This was before the site was cleared by a ‘preservation’ group. Apparently, the Boston Havoc Preservation Trust removed all the major items of wreckage from the site, only to immediately sell off one of the wings for scrap and later break up both engines. The remaining parts were sold to private collectors in 2006.