[Flying boat G-ADUT named “Centaurus”]

Maker and role
T. W. Collins, Photographer
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Black and white photograph of Flying boat G-ADUT named “Centaurus” on water with shore in background. Aircraft was delivered to Imperial Airways 1936. One of the planes Oscar Garden flew before it was sold to Qantas. Aircraft has 'G-ADUT' on fuselage. Oscar Garden's son, donors brother's handwriting is on verso: “Robert Garden. Daddy has been on the Skies[?]”
Robert Garden. Daddy has been on the skie [sic] Hand-written
8 Hand-written
2nd [underlined] pilot
16-3-39 Hythe-Basn
20-5-39 Alexandria to Marseille
21-5 Marseille- Hythe Hand-written
Photo by T.W. Collins Warkworth Auckland, NZ (Copyright) Ink Stamp
Physical description
1 photograph : black and white ; 16 x 20 cm
Credit Line
T. W. Collins. [1936]. [Flying boat G-ADUT named “Centaurus”], PHO-2018-6.7. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).


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