VH-UXH  Lockheed  10A Electra                  (c/n  1060)


                                    This shot is from the Pete Clukey collection and came from Lockheed Aircraft (now Lockheed
                                    Martin) files.   It depicts VH-UXH at a very sparse and barren Burbank in 1936 prior to its
                                    shipment to Guinea Airways.   No company titles had, at that stage, been applied.  It was
                                    intended to be used in services in Papua/New Guinea but was found to be unsuitable for this
                                    rough work. In the event it was used mainly on war-time courier services between Adelaide and
                                    Darwin, and, after WW II was sold to Union Airways in New Zealand as ZK-ALH.  The
                                    gorgeous shot below is from  the J.T. Harrison collection (via Phil Vabre) and shows the aircraft
                                    over Melbourne showgrounds and Flemington Racecourse.  The name on the nose is "C.J. Levien"
                                    in honor of the founder of Guinea Airways, and there also appears to be a blemish to the aircraft's
                                    skin aft of this name.    The third photo shows -UXH in service with Guinea logo and titling, whilst
                                    the next image is an interesting one from the Robert Milburn collection showing -UXH ar Oodnadatta,
                                    SA in 1939 with a bunch of newly delivered Ansons.  Pursuant to its wartime service, the photo at
                                    the foot of the page from the S.A. State Library collection (via Fred Niven) shows -UXH in camou-
                                    flage.......dark upper surfaces, light underbelly.