De Havilland Moth, Scott, England, Campbell Black, Melbourne
C.W.A. Scott, who achieved prominence as an aviator in 1931 when he flew from England to Australia in a De Havilland Moth" taking 9 days 4 hours 11 minutes. In 1934 Scott won the England to Melbourne race with Campbell Black as co-pilot. The race was a thrilling one and the distance of 11,300 miles was covered in an hour less than 3 days.Circa 1935 "
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