General Aircraft Monospar ST.25 Universal
I don't like displaying cropped images. but
deviate from this credo if the subject is sufficiently
such as this image of an ST.25 received from Ken Meeham back in the
It was originally imported at the end of 1936
and was the former G-AEJW. It was operated
Aerial Mapping Company out of Hastings on the North Island's east coast
photographic work. Why, I wonder, was the rego painted as 'ZK-A' under
the starboard wing?
port mainplane only have 'FF' on it or was there some other logo?
The norm for the day
have been to split it as 'ZK-' under one wing and 'AFF' under the
other. This machine
still flying well into the 1980s.