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Keep in mind, the section is lying upside down. The inboard engine is to the left and the rest of the wing stretches into the background. Below is the opposite side of the engine mount area.
The area is littered with pieces that show evidence of being violent ripped from the aircraft.
Most of the internal members looked in surprisingly good shape, especially considering how the crash occurred and that they had lying on the forest floor for 60 years.
A review of the crash report gives some insight into the original condition of the wing. According to the report, the wing was initially found standing on end in a vertical position.