Photograph of Douglas DC-2 plane at Los Angeles Harbor ready for shipment to Australia, 1937. At center, a large metallic airliner is seen sitting on the edge of a wooden dock. The tail, wings, and engines of the plane have been covered, and several ropes can be seen harnessing the plane. Near the tail, several large alphanumeric characters are visible. Seven windows and a single hatch door are seen on the side of the plane. To the left of the plane, a small boat is seen with the words "Case Construction Company Inc." visible. To the right in the background, a larger boat next to a square building is seen. Several barrels can be seen near the building. To the left in the extreme background, additional boats and metallic structures line the water.; "This DC-2 was imported new for Australian National Airways, Ltd. in 1937, who named it "Pengana". Although it had a mishap in 1939 (it crashed into the Cooks River after overrunning the runway at Mascot Airport in September of 1939), VH-UYB went on to serve faithfully (mainly on the Adelaide - Melbourne route) until it was broken up in January 1948" -- unknow author. http://www.edcoatescollection.com/ac1/austu/VH-UYB.htmlCompares to CHS-40407 (record ID chs-m10962).