As the seaborne and hovercraft car ferries bit into the market BAF's operations shifted to regional passenger and freight and lease charter. The Carvair nose section on the left was never used in a conversion of a DC-4, I believe.
As a schoolboy living near the old Heston Airfield, we would often see Aer Lingus DC-3's and Viscounts banking tightly on a visual approach to Heathrow's runway 28R, to save a few minutes on the flight from Dublin.
First with KLM from 23.11.57 as PH-VIH then to Aer Lingus ('St Fergal') on 8.7.66; leased to BAF from 31.3.70 to 27.9.71 and broken up at Dublin 1972. Interestingly, was to have been sold to Air Vietnam by Aer Lingus