DHC-2 Beaver 1
another new Beaver which was entered onto the Australian civil register
in late 1963
and went to Super Spread.
Geoff Goodall saw it at Moorabbin (above) in May of 1964. It spent
some time with
Robbys (below, provenance of image lost, but I suspect Richard J.
Maclean) at Para-
field before going to McPhar
Geophysics for survey work in Western Australia, where Goodall shot
it again at
Kalgoorlie in 1970 (third photo). It returned to
spreading/spraying work with Aerial
Agriculture in the mid 1970s and Greg Banfield saw it (photo # 4) in
standard Aerial Ag livery at
Bankstown in March 1975. In the
early 1990s it was
sold in Washington state, USA to Kenmore
Harbor, Inc Finally, in June of 2007 it received a major
overhaul and was converted into the
amphibian floated masterpiece N456N seen in Neil Aird's shot
taken on the ramp at
Renton (bottom of page).