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Bluebird Rescue - Mike Rossiter and Tonia Bern-Campbell - Lake Coniston

BBC producer Mike Rossiter and the widow of Donald Campbell, Tonia Bern-Campbell, stand together as Campbell's jet-powered boat Bluebird is brought to shore at Coniston Water in the Lake District, amid an operation to raise the craft. *... Campbell's Bluebird hydroplane crashed at Coniston Water in January 1967 while attempting to break a water speed record. *25/10/02: Bluebird is brought ashore at Coniston Water in the Lake District. Campbell died when the boat crashed January 1967 as he attempted to break his own water speed record of 276 mph. An inquest opens into his death later today

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Falklands War - Blue Berets of HMS Hermes

Members of the ship's company of HMS Hermes who have volnteered for the Blue Berets - the carrier's fighting force - drilling with 7.62 SLRs as the carrier patrols with the British Task Force now in the Falklands exclusion zone. The Blue Berets provide back up to the Royal Marines should they go ashore

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Bluebird

BBC producer Mike Rossiter and widow of Donald Campbell, Tonia Bern-Campbell stand together as Campbell's jet-powered boat Bluebird is brought to shore at Coniston Water in the Lake District, amid an operation to raise the craft. * Campbell's Bluebird hydroplane crashed at Coniston Water in January 1967 while attempting to break a water speed record. 28/5/01: Human remains were discovered close to the area where Campbell's powerboat, Bluebird, was recovered in Coniston Water, police said. The find was made by divers at around 1pm, police said. The remains were taken to Furness General Hospital, Barrow-in-Furness, and a post mortem will be carried out. The speedboat was recovered from the lake in March in the glare of massive publicity. Campbell, 45, died 34 years ago when he sped across the water at 297mph before spinning out of control

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