Another photo taken by Merlin Mac Aulay in the summer of 1958, also showing a lot of detail. Both pilots escaped through the top hatch of the cockpit, which is still opened in this image. The upper half of the nose cone was apparently removed some years after the crash, because a photo of the wreck taken in 1951 shows it still in place. Apparently the crew of the nearby Isachsen weather station had some good use for it.
Note that most windows are still intact in this photo. The hole in the fuselage, between the passenger windows and the cockpit windows, was caused by a cylinder head from the right engine, that broke off and was thrown through the fuselage.