19 Feb 1935, Forced landing at Tai Long Wan
Phil identified the location as "Tai Wan beach in Tai Long Wan in northern Sai Kung."
Additional notes from IDJ:
An afternoon’s research staying at home enforced by cool and showery weather has unearthed the attached information from 4 sources in my research library relating to the ‘Grief on a Beach’ image.
The newsprint, date, location and the names of crew are now known. Engine trouble was the cause of the enforced landing, the location mentioned is “Fung Bay”. Not sure if this name will still exist on modern maps.
Interestingly the same image that I posted on Gwulo has been found in a book with the location stated as being “in China”.
Since the twenty years the book was published before the 1997 handover I suppose it’s now correct that the location is now actually in ‘China.’
While the book image declares the aircraft being from the aircraft carrier HMS Eagle, however the other sources say HMS Hermes. It was common practice for aircraft to transfer between ‘Carriers’ as they changed over their periods on the China Station