Gold fossicker finds plane engine

The engine from a Royal New Zealand Air Force Harvard that crashed in Mt Aspiring National Park 60 years ago, killing one of the two men on board, has been discovered. The plane's nine-cylinder radial engine, with its propeller still attached, is stuck between two rocks at the top of a small waterfall in Rough Creek, about an hour's walk from the Mt Aspiring hut. courtesy ODT.

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