Just departing Liverpool after a one hour stop.
This aircraft first flew 09.10.1953.This aircraft was the last Varsity to fly in service with the R.A.F. and looks fantastic in her Royal Aircraft Establishment colour scheme.
This aircraft first flew 29.04.1963
First time I have seen one of these monsters very impressive
Delivered to the R.A.F. in 1965,arrived at Cosford 11.02.2011 I beleive this to be the first photo of this aircraft at its new home on the database
This tiny Gnat is dwarfed by the surrounding aircraft,beautifully preserved in the colours of the Red Arrows.This aircraft first flew New Years day 1964.
.First flew 02.12.1952.
This aircraft was the developement aircraft for the English Electric Lightning.First flew 04.08.1954.
Amazing museumValiant,Vulcan,Victor almost side by side just shows the huge space inside this fantastic museum.This aicraft made its maiden flight04.09.1956
According to the great Canadian test pilot Bill Waterton this was the best British aircraft never to go into production.Dassault based the early Mirage design on this aircraft,say no more.
The newly and beautifully restored Swift superbly displayed at Cosford first image of this aircraft on the database.
Used as a reconnaissance aircraft for Dr Vivian Fuchs 1955 Commonwealth Trans Antartic exhibition.The aircrafts structure was lightened due to the need to fit floats and extensive radio equipment... (more)
One of the many exhibits slung from the girders in this wonderful museum.Note there is a nasty crease in the pilots door.