The Brian Robbins Gallery Pt 2
The following photos were kindly sent in by Brian and I am pleased to be able to show them here
Taken from an Africargo DC-6A over the Swiss Alps, enroute from Benghazi to Frankfurt
Dave Chapman, HCAA Station Supervisor at Salisbury, providing the forklift driving services.
Back over the Alps
Hunting's first DC-6 arrives at London Airport
Offloading packraks, which were used to hang ready made suits by Austin Reed (London), for immediate sale in SAY. They were loaded directly onto a truck, taken to a store in Salisbury (SAY) and hung straight up. The story went that a suit was sold within 30 minutes of the Africargo flight landing.
Below more super shots of a Hunting DC-6A
A HC York, where LHR's T3 is now
A cold Mortons Heron G-AOXL
The HCAT Brits were in British Commonwealth colours because they financed them. One of British Commonwealth Shipping Co's companies was Clan Line. When they bought into Huntings, the name changed from Hunting Air Transport to Hunting-Clan A. T. Here the Brit was operating a trooping flight.
The Brit and some advertising for the Viscount Safari too