Dear Han de Ridder, I agree with you it is a shame because it is the only one in the world. On the other hand, I do not know if you know but there are two nice museums in Brasil which surely could take care of them: one in São Carlos, state of São Paulo - TAM Museum (http://www.panoramio.com/user/44319/tags/Museu%20-%20TAM), about 150km far from where this Scandia is, and another in Rio de Janeiro - MUSAL(http://www.panoramio.com/user/44319/tags/MUSAL), which is the Brazilian Air Force Museum, about 600km far from. Best regards, André.
Video of this aifield, which actually was Australia's first international airport during the 1930's: Vimeo
Video of this airfield, which actually was Australia's first international airport during the 1930's: Vimeo
If you want to know anything, no matter what, ASK AT THE PUB! See Vimeo
A video of this famous pub: Vimeo
I've put a video from our bus tour to the mine here: Vimeo
Anyone knows where this aircraft is now? Seems to have vanished from the face of the earth.
That looks good! We are planning to travel from The Netherlands to Lithuania, Latvia up into Estonia during our next holiday in August 2010, with our Defender 90 Td5 towing our small Eriba caravan.