View of Anson XI PH616, which spent most of its service life with the British Air Attache in Panama. In November 1948 it was sold and became XA-GOX. PH616 was part of a batch of 268 XIs and XIXs delivered to the RAF during 1945.
MG 159 was built in 1943 as an Anson I and was converted to become the prototype Anson XII. After evaluation by the A&AEE MG159 passed to the Controller of Research and Development at Avro. Later, as G-AGNI, it was operated by the Ministry of Aircraft Production and was lost in the Irish Sea on June 11, 1948.