Air Enthusiast 1998-09
J.Grant - Corrugated Masterpieces
F.13 VH-UKW still in Eyre Peninsular Airways titling but in Western Australia and preparing for a take-off to Wiluna.
Neuendettelsau Mission’s F.13 VH-UTS after one of its minor accidents.
VH-UKW in service with New Guinea Airways after it had been re-engined with a Bristol Jupiter. The gear in the foreground suggests that the men are part of a survey party.
Australia’s sole Ju 86, VH-UYA, at an RAAF station soon after its arrival from Brisbane.
Ju 86 montage on Junkers advertising literature.
Bertram and Hausmann’s W.33 D-1925 being worked on at Maylands, Perth, Western Australia, following its conversion to landplane later in September 1932.
Guinea Airways No.3, W.34d VH-UNM being prepared for flight.
ABC’s replica of D-1925 at Broome during filming of the mini-series ‘Flight into Hell’.
An unknown Australian W.34 on floats.
Guinea Airways No.5, W.34f VH-UOX, in cargo configuration.
The G.31 prototype, VH-URQ, showing the fuselage of a W.34 (possibly VH-UJD) being lifted through the fuselage hatch.
Loading a section of gold mining dredge into VH-UOU. Note that the type is shown on the fin as a J.31go, while the designation G.31 appeared on the others.
G.31 VH-UOW of Guinea Airways. The top fuselage hatch is lying alongside the aircraft.
A.50 VH-UNO in its original Junkers colours. It survived for only four months in Australia.
A.50 VH-UCC, longest-running of the Australian Junkers types.