Photograph Collection

This page contains some of the photographs that I have collected and are photos not taken by me. All the photographs in this album were scanned from prints, negatives or slides and are show here for reference, research, educational use, and for your enjoyment of course!

If you have any questions, comments, more information or a correction on a photo you see here, please let me know. I'm also looking for Canadian aviation photos to add to the collection and you have something that you think I may be interested in, please contact me.

Check out my Flickr Account to see some of my photo's taken over the years.

Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF) - Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Aircraft

Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck

Click on image to enlarge

CF-100 Mk.3B 18138: Taken on strength by the RCAF July 7 1953 serving with 445 Squadron North Bay, 440 Squadron Bagotville, 3 Operational Training Unit North Bay. Converted to Mk.3D dual-control trainer. Sent to NAS Point Mugu, CA for evaluation tests with the Sparrow missile. Struck off strength May 28/63. Currently preserved at the Canadian Museum of Flight at Langley, BC.

CF-100 Mk.3B 18146: Taken on strength by the RCAF April 24/53 serving with 445 Squadron North Bay, 423 Squadron Saint Hubert and 3 Operational Training Unit North Bay. Converted to Mk.3D dual-control trainer. Crashed November 10/53 at Uplands.

CF-100 Mk.3B 18145: Taken on strength by the RCAF April 24/53 serving with 445 Squadron North Bay, 440 Squadron Bagotville, 416 Squadron Saint Hubert and 3 Operational Training Unit North Bay. Converted to Mk.3D dual-control trainer. Stuck off strength July 28 1960.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Canadian Car and Foundry Harvard Mk 4

Click on image to enlarge

Canadian Car and Foundry (CCF) Harvard Mk 4, RCAF No.20303.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Canadair Sabre 2 (CL-13)

Click on image to enlarge

North American F-86 Sabre, built under licence by Canadair with the company designation CL-13. Serial #312, RCAF # 19412 taken on strength September 1952 to No. 3 (F) Wing at RCAF Station Bagotville, PQ, No. 413 (F) Squadron, RCAF. Sabre 19412 went to the Turkish Air Force in June 1954.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Canadair CT-133 Silver Star (CL-30)

Click on image to enlarge

Lockheed designed T-33 built under licence in Canada by Canadair as the CT-133 with the Canadair designation CL-30. RCAF#21069, CAF#133069.

Served with the 410, 414, 416 Squadrons and 4 Wing Baden-Soellingen Germany. Crashed September 21 1982 injuring one crew and killing the other, aircraft was written off.

This photo shows 069 in the low-visibility grey-green camouflage scheme.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Canadair CF-5D / CF-116D (CL-219)

Click on image to enlarge

Canadair CF-5D / CF-116D (CL-219), 116843, c/n: 2043. Built under licence by Canadair.

Delivered to CFB Cold Lake September 26 1974. Used by No. 1 Flying Training School at Cold Lake operated with No. 419 Squadron at Cold Lake in 1979, 1989 and 1990. Stored at Aircraft Maintenance Development Unit at CFB Trenton February 1995, CFB Mountain View June 1995 scheduled for scrapping in 2004.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Canadair CF-5 / CF-116 (CL-219)

Click on image to enlarge

Canadair CF-5 / CF-116A (CL-219), 116733, c/n: 1033. Built under licence by Canadair.

With 433e L'Escadre de Combat CFB Bagotville and No. 434 Squadron CFB Chatham. Was used to test the Canadair designed camera nose. Struck off strength August 1991 and is preserved and on display at Bagotville airport.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Canadair North Star

Click on image to enlarge

RCAF Canadair North Star 17510 was taken on strength February 10 1948 serving with the RCAF No. 426 (T) Squadron Dorval and with No. 107 (S&R) Unit at RCAF Station Torbay, Newfoundland and was struck off strength May 9 1966.

The North Star was a Canadian development of the Douglas C-54/DC-4 but was equipped with Rolls Royce Merlin engines. 24 North Stars were purchased in 1947 by the RCAF to fill the heavy transport role. A commercial, passenger version of the North Star was also developed which served with Trans-Canada Air Lines, Canadian Pacific Airlines & BOAC.

Photo: Department of National Defence - Scanned from print

Civilian and Commercial Aircraft

Douglas DC-3 - Canadian Pacific Airlines

Click on image to enlarge

Canadian Pacific Air Lines 1943 Douglas DC-3, c/n: 18958, ex-42-100495, CF-CRW. In service with CPA from October 23 1946 to December 19 1958. CPA sold CF-CRW to Quebec Air.

While owned by Kenn Borek Air, on September 18 1978 CF-CRW was damaged beyond repair in a landing incident at Komakuk Airport NU Canada.

Photo: Canadian Pacific Airlines / Canadian Airlines - Scanned from print

Boeing 737 - CP Air

Click on image to enlarge

CP Air 1968 Boeing 737-200, registration CF-CPB, c/n:19884. This was the first 737 for CP Air, the first to be delivered in the new CP orange livery and the first airline in Canada to use the Boeing 737-200. Accepted by CP Air October 22 1968, CF-CPB was with CP until November 9 1982.

Seen here at the Boeing Seattle Wa. Flight Center preparing for delivery to CP Air.

Photo: Boeing - Scanned from print

Boeing 767 - Canadian Airlines

Click on image to enlarge

The first Canadian Airlines Boeing 767-300 under construction at the Boeing plant. C-FCAB was the first 767 delivered to Canadian Airlines on April 4 1988. Retired by Air Canada in October 2017 and flown to Pinal County Airpark (MZJ) in Arizona for storage. Current status is unkown.

Photo: Canadian Airlines - Scanned from print