Aeroplane Monthly 1984-05
J.King - Foxes in the Roaring Forties (1)
Fox Moth ZK-ASP at 7,000ft over the Fox Glacier near Mt Cook, in the winter of 1972. J. KING photograph.
Sqn Ldr T.D.Heirett flying the Air Travel D.H. Fox Moth ZK-ADI down the Westland coast. Mt Cook and Mt Tasman, New Zealand's highest mountains, can be seen in the background.
The Hon R. Semple climbing into Fox Moth ZK-ADI at Franz Josef Glacier in January 1936.
Fox Moth ZK-ASP taking it easy on the beach near Auckland.
Fox Moth ZK-ASP flying along the beach at Hokitika on a grey winter's day in 1972.
Bert Mercer, in cabin, and Jimmy Hewett loading the mail into ZK-ADI at Hokitika.
Bert Mercer with his brand new Fox Moth, ZK-ADI, at Franz Josef aerodrome circa 1934. A little more than a year later it suffered its first accident, when it hit a bullock on taking off from Weheka.
Fox Moth ZK-ASP after an unfortunate landing at Cajon Pass in the USA, during Miles Robertson's 1974-75 tour of that country.