A4 Avro 652 Anson

1092 Ansons were used by the RAAF, and adf-serials.com has many details. On this website at http://lockoweb.com/Final%20Draft.htm is a Bankstown history, of which the first part is very relevant to Ansons.

In this section:

Pictures: sheet 1 (Ceduna) sheet 2 sheet 3 sheet 4 sheet 5 sheet 6

Miscellaneous files

The Brocklesbury crash

A4 display at Flemington 1938

A few given dates below may be wrong by a day or so.

A4-1: 1936 9ntroduction of Ansons

A4-3 Anson at Townsville 1937

A4-4 crash Mount Torbreck includes RAAF News article June 1994

A4-6 and A4-31 crash South Australia 14 February 1942

A4-8 crash McGraths Hill

A4-10 incident, Inverell, 1937

A4-11 crash St Kilda May 2 1939

A4-20 crash Northern NSW May 1944

A4-29 crash Arthurs Seat Dromana 10 August 1938

A4-32 crash Riverstone April29 1939 second file

A4-36 Crash 13 August 1838, Whitfield, Wangaratta

N1333 crash at Sorrento, hitting boat and circus trailer, 2 January 1961

N9902 crash at Dinmore, Ipswich, 18 June 1941

R3540 crash near Wagga 6 September 1940

R3553 crash near Amberley 30 july 1941

W2165 and R3542 collision, Monteith SA, 5 August 1942

W1966 Crash at Mount Gambier, 11 November 1941

W2211 crash at Amberley, 15 February 1942

W2244 crash at crescent Head, 7 April 1945

W2254 collision with W2257, Mallala SA 14 October 1941

W2261crash near Woodend, three escape by parachute

W2373 crash, Mallala SA, 7 September 1942

AW660 crash Lakes entrance 26 September 1949

AW677 crash near Ungarie 11 February 1942

AW678 crash near Mount Gambier

EG446 crash Moryua NSW 1 November 1945

DG919 collision with A20-109 Wirraway, no date, unconfirmed

DJ236 crash near Bundaberg December 8 1944

MG871 forced landing at Keppel Bay, 10 August 1944. RAAF report

LT294 Wartime crash near Mount Kenevi, New Guinea, 30 January 1944, recovered 1965

LT296 Bass Strait crash, airmen rescued 23 November 1944, albatrosses near the dinghy alerted searchers

LT714 crash at West Sale, 5 September 1945

LT781 crash at Inverell, Pilot Ian James Noble crashed with 4 others including WAAAF Joan MacCormack near Nobleís home

MG728 forced landing at Gympie, 6 June 1944, RAAF report

NL153, Duke of Gloucesterís official aircraft, 1945

VM374, crash at Port Lincoln, 15 December 1953