VH-ADH  de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth                  (c/n 82348)


                                          This shot is via John Patterson, who was a former director of  of Airfarm Associates Pty Ltd.
                                          VH-ADH was one of several Tigers owned by the spreading company when it was formed at
                                          Tamworth, NSW in the 1950s.  VH-ADH is interesting in that it was delivered as a new civil
                                          machine for the Newcastle Aero Club in February 1940, rather than being a pure military trainer.
                                          After only serving with the club for a couple of months it was, in fact, impressed into service with
                                          with the RAAF in July 1940 and became A17-680.   It was repatriated in in May 1946 and may
                                          have had several owners before being acquired by Airfarm and converted to a single seat aerial
                                          spreader/topdresser.   It was withdrawn from the register in August 1965 following some sort of
                                          accident and was then restored to static condition in 1968 and acquired by the Camden Museum
                                          of Aviation.  As far as I know, it is still there (2011). .