G-AUFU  de Havilland D.H.60 Moth                                    (c/n  275)

                                       This Moth was imported by Qantas in 1927 and the above photo is from the airline's archives
                                       (seen here via Geoff Goodall).   It was sold to C.T.P. Ulm's General Manufacturers Ltd later
                                       in 1928.   It then had many different owners in Queensland.  The A J Jackson Collection at
                                       Brooklands Museum image below was taken at Archerfield circa 1938, after, I suspect, the
                                       Moth had been re-engined with a Gipsy II, making it, theoretically a D.H.60G.   The aircraft
                                       at the time was operated by Airwork Co (no relation to the UK firm of the same name).
                                       During WW II it was impressed into the RAAF as A7-89  and restored to the civil register
                                       again in 1946.  It crashed and was written off at St. George, Queensland in october 1951..