VH-ABI  Lockheed L-14H Super Electra                              (c/n  1418)

                                VH-ABI was delivered to Guinea Airways in 1938.  The shot above, via Lockheed Aircraft, depicts
                                the machine in flight, when new.  Immediately below, from the Robert Milburn collection, is an image
                                of -ABI taken by his father possibly at Oodnadatta, SA, circa 1938.   Ron Cuskelly's photo, below
                                that, shows the nose of -ABI identified by the name, "Koranga", whilst illustration # 4 is an image
                                from the State Library of South Australia collection, wherein the 14 is seen at Parafield, circa 1938
                                in company with Electras VH-UXH and Broken Hill's VH-ABH.   Shortly after this photograph was
                                taken VH-ABI crashed at Katherine, NT (on 18 January 1939) killing all on board.  The runway
                                length of only 700 yards was insufficient for the craft to gain flying speed and it crashed into a nearby
                                river gorge  The photo at the foot of the page of the remains is also from the Robert Milburn collection.