I have been to Scampton village church, Lincolnshire which is the final resting place of some British, Canadian and Australian airmen. There are also eleven graves of German airmen. The link below will explain as to why one German plane piloted by Feldwebel Heinrich Conze came to its final resting place killing a member of the observer Corps in the process. The only member of the Observer Corps to die on duty in the war.
For those that don't know R.A.F Scampton was the home of 617 Sqn Dambusters for the attack on the Dams. Guy Gibsons dog is buried on the base.
I chose not to take any pictures of the base as it is still partly operational and is now home to the Red Arrows. I am not quite sure on the R.A.F's stance on pictures being taken etc.
It is possible to follow a lot of the perimeter fence around the base by road. Most of the original fencing is still in place from the wartime. (This has been replaced by more modern fencing).
I'll try to get over on a brighter day to do the place more justice. The images I took I have played around with them a little.
My apologies for the blurred shot of the double German grave.
The German graves are located at the front slightly away from the Commenwealth graves.