This steering pedal (rudder pedal with small brake pedal) was situated at the gliderpilots
A 14 year old Dutch boy entered the remains of the glider a few day’s after the crash
searching for souvenirs.
This pedal was still partly attached to the framework in the cockpit and could be
easily removed by the boy who took it home.
To reach out for the pedal, that was just hanging on to the framework by a small
piece of pipe, the boy held on to the cockpit frame work.
In doing so his hand got covered by a bloody substance what he later learned was
of one of the soldiers.
Cockpit CG-4A Waco
The cockpit interior of the American CG-4A Waco glider.
The pilots position was on the left in this photo, the co-pilot was seated to the
right and in the front midsection is the instrumental panel.
The pedal in front of the left seat is identical to the one from the Queen-City.
Steering pedal from the Queen-City