Glasshouse later replaced by windows but aircraft appears not to have flown in that configuration. Withdrawn from use at Bankstown in 1951 and stored. Restoration to display standard started in Australia in 1980. Incomplete project traded to the RAF Museum. Displayed as W2068 in a mix-up with another Anson stored with VH-AZU. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society, Melbourne, Australia
The run-down after World War 2 released many Canadian made Anson Mk.Vs onto the civil market. Having plywood skin many quickly succumbed to the weather. This Austin Airways survey ship was one of the last in commercial service, making it to 1975. Delivered to the RCAF as 12082, it is one of 857 built by MacDonald Brothers in Winnipeg.
The Dutch air force never flew C19's but Anson I's. This aircraft is the former VM352 and was a 334 squadron project to present an Anson to the Military Aviation Museum. It was made airworthy in the UK and flown to Soesterberg (its last flight) for inclusion in the museum. 334 squadron's badge adorns the fin.
Canadian Allied Forces museum, has moved to Grootegast in the Northern province of Groningen, and has been renamed Victory Museum. Located together with a museum about printing and about Lego. The Avro Anson is not easy to photograph.