An Adastra pilot seemingly on oxygen during a photographic survey in a Hudson. Other photos taken on the same day, 2 March 1960, show that the aircraft has the original four nose window configuration so this can only be VH-AGS which was the only Adastra Hudson to retain the original nose window configuration. Close examination of the instruments reveals that the aircraft is actually on the ground with engines shut down! The placard over the crawlway states; "Nose must not be occupied during take-off or landing". The pilot is believed to be Ken Rowlands. Picture: State Library of New South Wales