VH-PCB  (1)  de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth                     (c/n  DHA41)


                                   This Jim Dyson shot, taken at Bankstown, circa 1955 shows VH-PCB while owned by Aerial
                                   Agriculture Pty Ltd.     Oddly, it was in standard two seater configuration, rather than having the
                                   front cockpit being replaced by a hopper.  This Tiger was built at Mascot and delivered to the
                                   RAAF in July 1940 as A17-44.  When civilianized in November 1946 it became VH-ASQ
                                   before sale to the large Sydney aerial agricultural outfit Air-Griculture Control Ltd in March
                                   1950 and re-registered VH-PCB into their Pest Control series.  When Air-Griculture Control
                                    had hard times and shut down, Aerial Agriculture was formed from their assets and -PCB
                                    remained in Aerial Agriculture ownership until it was cancelled from the register in October
                                   1964 although there had been no sightings of it for many years so it was probably dismantled
                                   and placed in storage.