VH-UJN  de Havilland  D.H.60G Gipsy Moth                  (c/n  987)

                            This Moth was acquired by the Kingsford Smith Flying School in 1938.  It is seen above wearing the
                            checkered rudder livery of the club in the above shot from the Geoff Goodall collection.   This aircraft
                            had had a series of owners in the Brisbane area from its importation in 1930 until it went to the NT in
                            1935.       The photo below, from the John Hopton collection shows -UJN at an unknown location,
                            although probably earlier, pre-1935 (?).      At the foot of the page is an image from the John Oxley
                            Library, State Library of Queensland collection showing the aircraft at Archerfield, circa 1929 as
                            G-AUJN.  The aircraft was named "Miss Graham-Paige", since it was registered at the time to Mr.
                            J.H.F. Moxon whose Moxon Motors were distributors for Graham cars, successors to the luxurious
                            Graham-Paige line.  (Moxon Motors were also a de Havlland agency, in conjunction with Qantas).
                           .Following its stint with KSFS it was impressed into RAAF service in 1940 becoming A7-116 and
                            was used as Instructional Airframe No 12 for ground school personnel   It was reduced to produce
                            during the war.