Photograph shows BEA’s Junkers Ju 52/3m G-AHOF landing at Croydon on the southbound service from Belfast via Speke (albeit 40 minutes late) on December 7, 1946.
Between layers of snow clouds, somewhere over the Irish Sea in G-AHOG on February 21, 1947.
Loading G-AHOC outside the Croydon Croydon on April 3, 1947.
G-AHOE in dispersal at Croydon on April 3, 1947.
The hulk of G-AHOK propped up on 40-gallon fuel drums at Renfrew, February 22, 1947. Note how the BEA logo and name has been crudely painted out.
An engine change at Speke, July 1947.
Putting G-AHOH away for the night in the old Aircraft Disposal Company hangars at Croydon on April 3, 1947.
BEA engineers running up the engines of G-AHOJ at Croydon on April 3, 1947.