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ASN Wikibase Occurrence # 1299
Last updated: 24 April 2018
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Type:Silhouette image of generic DH60 model; specific model in this crash may look slightly different
de Havilland DH.60X Moth
Owner/operator:London Flying Club Ltd
Registration: G-CARW
C/n / msn: 611
Fatalities:Fatalities: 0 / Occupants: 2
Other fatalities:0
Airplane damage: Written off (damaged beyond repair)
Location:Strathburn, Ontario -   Canada
Phase: Landing
Departure airport:London, Ontario
Destination airport:
DH.60X [Cirrus II] sold to DH Canada with C of A 1432 issued 31.5.28; delivered to DH Canada at Mount Dennis 21.6.28. Registered as G-CARW [C of R 422] 23.6.28 to J.B. Badgley & M.Lawson Williams, Montreal. Re-registered [C of R 547] 19.1.29 to Ottawa Flying Club, Ottawa. Damaged on landing Blackburn, Ontario 3.6.30.

Sold July 1930 to W.C. Cannon & J.R. Hamilton, Harrowsmith, Ontario. Sold again November 1930, rebuilt and re-registered 17.12.30 to Leavens Bros, Belleville, Ontario. Registration lapsed 14.1.32 as "withdrawn from use"; renewed 3.1.33. Sold January 1933 (but not re-registered) to London Airport Ltd. Re-registered [C of R 1241] 27.1.33 to London Flying Club Ltd, London, Ontario.

Badly damaged in forced landing with engine failure Strathburn, Ontario 30.4.33. Presumably written off (damaged beyond economic repair) as registration G-CARW cancelled 3.2.34.


1. British Civil Aircraft Registers 1919-1999

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Revision history:

31-Jan-2008 09:33 JINX Added
18-Jan-2014 21:58 Dr. John Smith Updated [Date, Operator, Total occupants, Total fatalities, Other fatalities, Location, Nature, Departure airport, Source, Narrative]
18-Jan-2014 22:00 Dr. John Smith Updated [Other fatalities]
25-Aug-2017 16:42 Dr. John Smith Updated [Time, Operator, Source, Narrative]

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