VH-URS  de Havilland D.H.60GIII Moth               (c/n  5086)

                                          The above photograph is from the Frank Walters collection and was taken at Mascot. in the
                                          mid to late 1930s.  I believe that the logo on the fuselage after the rego was possibly that of
                                          the Newcastle Aero Club who acquired this aircraft from a private owner in February 1936
                                       .  The image of it below, in the rather uncompromising position, .is from the State Library of New
                                          South Wales collection.  Such nose over accidents were common in those days and it probably
                                          only broke the prop.   VH-URS was impressed into the RAAF in 1940, becoming A7-91.  It
                                          did not survive the war and was reduced to produce.