Artefacts including a propeller and an oxygen tank have been uncovered during a dig to recover a Spitfire from marshland in Holme.
Archeologists have been working at the crash site of the plane at Holme Lode Farm since Monday (October 5). The fighter crashed 75 years ago.
Pilot officer Harold Edwin Penketh died in the crash, which happened on November 22 1940, and his body was recovered and buried in Brighton.
The dig was stopped temporarily on Thursday after skeletal remains were found.