The Puss Moth of Jimmy Melrose at Mildenhall before the London to Melbourne Air Race. Flying solo, Melrose finished as seventh and as third on handicap, winning the second handicap prize. Roscoe Turner's Boeing 247, with not race number 57, but the Heintz Tomato Ketchup number 57, is also seen. Photo from: Civil Aviation Historical Society (Australia) / Geoff Goodall collection
The R-4 became the world's first production helicopter and the USAAF's first service helicopter. This R-4B on display at the National Museum of the USAF was donated to the museum by the University of Illinois in 1967.
A long way from home, Buffalo Airways DC-4 C-GBPA was re-registered with an N-number and was on stand-by oil dispersant duty at Punta Gorda Airport in 2012. The aircraft was stored at Keystone Heights Airport, Florida in 2018.