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The wreckage of a plane in the region.<br />
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Stunning aerial photos taken by an RAF pilot who was based in northern India in the 1930s have come to light.<br />
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The album of 52 photos of the North West Frontier, which today is part of modern day Pakistan, includes breathtaking snaps of the Khyber Pass and the Himalayas at 21,000ft.<br />
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The pilot, who is pictured in the album and called himself 'Nuncs', also took an interest in the native population.<br />
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There are snaps of a snake charmer entertaining the masses, while a father and son can be seen paddling in a traditional round basket boat on a river.