Handley Page's prototype of their first passenger airliner, developed from the O/400 bomber. It was written off on 10 July 1923 during a forced landing at Poix in France following engine problems during a flight from Croydon to Le Bourget, when it over-ran the runway and broke it's back. No injuries were sustained by the seven passengers, and the two crew members received "minor injuries". Photographer not known, possibly an Imperial Airways publicity shot?
Ex XK895. Previously operated by the Royal Navy based at Culdrose, and registered as G-SDEV on 29 March 1990. The registration was taped on for a ferry flight from storage at St Athan to its new home at Kemble, the only time it was carried externally. It then flew in military markings with several private owners before being sold to Air Atlantique at Coventry. It moved back to St Athan in 2018, becoming part of the South Wales Aircraft Museum. The registration was cancelled on 4 January 2019 as Permanently Withdrawn from Use. Photograph by Peter Gill.
Thought to have been photographed circa May 1965; photographer unknown. The registration was cancelled on 18 November 1970 on sale to the USA as N34DH, where it is preserved at the Perlitch Transportation Museum, Morgan Hill, California.
Ex NR722. Withdrawn from use at Biggin Hill on 12 August 1970, and registration cancelled on 16 May 1972 as Permanently Withdrawn from Use. Picture thought to have been taken circa July 1965, photographer unknown.
Ex RL944. Picture thought to have been taken circa June 1966 shortly after acquisition by Ken Neely for use for pleasure flights in Cornwall and Devon; photographer unknown. Still current in 2019, registered to Scillonia Airways Ltd.
Ex NF851. The registration was cancelled on 24 May 1971 as destroyed, and the aircraft was variously reported as having been scrapped at Shobdon or Fairoaks in June 1971. Picture thought to have been taken around July 1965, photographer unknown.