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Not that it matters all that much but I did the research to prove that the a ircraft sections seen in the photos belong to a General Aircraft GAL 49 Hamilcar Mk1. To be more specific, the lorry on the right is loaded with three rudders, less fins. The transporter in the centre is loaded with three tail sections, less elevators. The transporter on the left contains one rear fuselage section. There are no wing sections in the photo.
I could put up drawings, plans and blueprint but I think that would be a bit Anoratic! There are websites which confirm this glider type was produced by CWS...see Wikipedia for instance.
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