Thanks Nick for the info. This plane had wing-tip fuel tanks. There is a photo of it, if you google "Gjirokaster spy plane".My recollection of the T-33 was as a jet trainer. RCAF used them for that purpose in the 50's and 60's - here: (http://www.airmuseum.ca/rcaf/rivers01.html) - click the aircraft link. (BTW, I spent my first 4 years living in one of the houses at the crop line in the lower RH corner). Dad instructed flying students on the L-19, Sikorsky and Bell "bubble top" helicopters. There is a T-33 with all its parts in place in the scrollable aircraft list. The ones I saw the most of were those with the wing-tip fuel tanks, so I guess that explains the "hose" in the wing-tip rubble.