Shown at the September 1959 Farnborough Air Show, this aircraft never made it to service with TAA but was upgraded to Type 836 by Vickers and eventually found it's way to Australia as A6-435 and operated by the RAAF 34 Squadron.
Here in ex-RAAF c/s, this Viscount later became well-known as G-BFZL with BMA, Manx and BAF but was first N40N with Union Carbide from 5.60 then A6-435 with the RAAF from 8.64. She found her way to the Sultan of Oman's AF via Southend 1971 - see my next shot after repaint. Behind are Ecko Anson G-AGPG and Bob Batt's Prentice G-AOKH
One of those aircraft I've been able to photograph in many different marks during its life - here's the next in my sequence just prior to the intended sale to Royal Swazi National Airways falling through
Following on from my arrival picture, here's the result of the preparatory work by ATEL. After her later career in the UK (B-BFZL) she ended her days in Congo, crashing during a three-engined take-off from a 900m strip in 4.03 registered 9Q-CGL