The Genairco VH-UOG biplane is an important example of Australian design and serial manufacture. This is a model of the full scale Genairco biplane held by the Powerhouse Museum. It represents the aircraft in its best known livery as the bright red ‘Jolly Roger’, with a skull and crossbones insignia on the vertical stabiliser. It is as the ‘Jolly Roger’ that this particular Genairco biplane is best known.
The actual plane was named the ‘Jolly Roger’ by aviator Goya Henry when he flew it between...
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