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Avro Vulcan - History
Cold War British military aircraft, including history, surviving airframes, profile drawings, photos, walkarounds, links, references. Also viewing guides for UK airfields and the Test Flying Memorial
THE ROYAL AIR FORCE, 1950-1969
RAF-T 4855. An Avro Vulcan B2 (XM571) of the Scampton Wing prepares to be loaded with a Blue Steel stand-off missile. A tractor manoeuvres the weapon into place
Royal Air Force (RAF) Avro Vulcan B2, XL386 - Toronto Malton, 1968..
Participant in Toronto International (CNE) Airshow along Toronto waterfront ---- Nikon Nikkormat FT Kodachrome slide copied by Nikon D300 + Sigma 150mm f/2.8 APO-macro DG HSM _DSC6742 330 Anx2 1300w Q90 0.5k-1.5k
The last airworthy Vulcan nuclear bomber is STUCK in 'hibernation'
The 57-year-old Vulcan nuclear bomber - XH558 - flew for the last time in October 2015 after a summer delighting millions of people at air shows and fly-pasts around the UK.
Avro Vulcan B1A XH505 of the Waddington Wing at Goose Bay in April 1964. 505 was the antepenultimate B1 being delivered to No 230 OCU in March 1959. Converted to B1A standard in 1960, 505 served with No 617 Squadron at Scampton and No 50 Squadron at Waddington before being pooled into the Waddington Wing. 505 was delivered to the fire dump at RAF Finningley in January 1968 where it perished.