Lang wrote: Great clear photo. What truck? This DeHavilland Moth had what might be called a "colourful" history.
VH-UOK 22/07/30 to 09/05/31. The aircraft struck a down current when taking off 01/11/30 and struck a fence. The aircraft was also put in a spin 15/12/30 and crashed into mangroves north of the Barron River near Stratford Bridge QLD. Pilot and passenger injured. Registered VH-UOK 18/06/31 to 22/07/40. Failed to recover from a dive 09/10/38 and crashed. The pilot and passenger were killed. Impressed into RAAF Service 22/07/40 as RAAF Serial No. "A7-103". 3 EFTS (22/07/40), 1 EFTS (2/12/40) Crashed on landing 22/01/41 at Parafield. To spares 24/02/41.
If U don't like my Driving .... well then get off the footpath ...... LOL
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Location: Newmarket, Brisbane, Queensland.
Description: The loading of an aeroplane on a lorry in Thurlow Street, Newmarket, caused quite a stir amongst local residents. It is a rebuilt metal Moth plane VH-UOK, assembled at the 'premises of Mr. Wilson G. Gersekowski during his spare time over the past four months. Yesterday It was taken to the aerodrome. (1939, June 5). The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947)
OF ALL THE THINGS EYE MISS ................. EYE MISS MY MIND THE MOST