Recognition Journal, Volume 14 No. 4 April 1959

DEVON Span 57 feet BIRDS OF De Havilland ancestry is all too apparent in either one of these aircraft, each of which has been “going strong” for many years past and will doubtless continue for many still to come. Visually speaking, the Heron is just an enlarged Devon with four engines instead of two, although there are other smaller points of difference. The Devon, incidentally, is simply a Dove in R.A.F. markings. Individually they are not difficult to spot, but views like No. 4 or No. 19 will probably make you look twice. A lesson of this kind, in which you separate two similar— z >*3*4 /fL 1211710,1( 'fern *DEVON April 195988
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