While at Beauvais to record the cathedral organ, we used maps from the period to make a pilgrimage to the site of the R.101 crash. The nose of the airship came to rest on the edge of the wood behind Hugh, with the hull stretching back almost as far as our position. A small stone monument stands in the wood to mark the spot. Unfortunately the French hunting season was in full swing at the time of our visit, and the woods bristled with 'Chantier Interdit' notices. Anything that moves is game, including British musicians, so we stayed in the open, but we were still slowly cruised by a car full of suspicious gendarmes.