CF-TCG  Lockheed 14-08                         (c/n  1451)


                                                 Trans Canada was one the few airlines to use the Lockheed 14 (the so-called Super Electra, and
                                                 forerunner of the Hudson bomber) in any numbers.  Northwest Airlines was another.   TCA had
                                                 16 of them.  CF-TCG, the fourth acquired, was later sold to Kenting Aviation as a photographic
                                                 survey aircraft, and in 1952 was sold in the US becoming N66577   It later went to Peru, (probably
                                                 still as a survey machine) first as OB-LBV-296 and later as OB-QAG-338.