C47A 43-16028 became N100 with the Civil Aviation Authority in 1947. Transferred with a temporary registration N8785 to the US Forest Service and then reverted back to the original registration. The aircraft underwent a Basler turbo conversion in 1991 and was re-registered N142Z. Sold to Ken Borek Air as C-GKKB in March 2013, it's current with North Star Air at the time of uploading.
VH-SBO returned to the Australian register in January 1979 after five years in Papua New Guinea as P2-SBO and then P2-ANT. It was little used and in January 1981 it was cancelled from the register. On September 15, 1982 it was damaged by a suicidal pilot at Bankstown airport. -SBO was later hauled off by the airport fire service but the nose was removed for preservation.
VH-SBW was imported into Australia in 1965 from the UK, where it was G-AMZH. TAA operated it in Papua New Guinea, then an Australian colony. At the time of the photo it had been repainted by Hawker de Havilland at Bankstown into TAA's new livery. In 1973 -SBW was sold to the Air Niugini, the new national airline of an independent PNG, as P2-SBW (later P2-ANQ).
VH-EDC was written off after ditching in the shallow waters of Botany Bay immediately off the end of Sydney's runway 16L on April 24, 1994. The 21 passengers, mainly students, and the four crew escaped. -EDC was recovered but was deemed uneconomical to repair due to saltwater immersion.
C-47A 42-100813 passed through the Reconstruction Finance Corporation in 1945. Registered NC51793, it would be bought by Canadian Pacific Airlines July 23, 1946 and registered CF-CRX. It would be the airline's last piston airliner, in later years being used for pilot training and special events until sold October 23, 1974. Here with Harrison Airways in basic CP Air colors. Later christened "Tweedsmuir", it went to Futura Aviation in 1979 before exported to the USA. As N950HA, it's been withdrawn from use since 1985, presumed scrapped when the registration was cancelled in 2011.
Assigned to the Lexington-Blue Grass Army Depot. Built as C-47A-DK, USAAF 42-92611, and transferred to the USN as R4D-5 BuNo 17168. Transferred to the Army as a C-47H, keeping the USN BuNo as the serial number.
Built in December 1943 for USAAF as 42-100887. To RAF as TS424 in September 1944. Converted for British European Airways as 32-seat "Pionair" G-ALYF in August 1950. Sold to Westpoint in March 1961, serving until closure of the airline in 1966.