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Vulcan in flight. is the last flying Vulcan she is to be grounded in 2016 over safety fears.

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Avro Vulcan B.2, XM751, of the Scampton Wing as seen from the tail at its base of RAF Scampton. Underneath the aircraft, on a trolley, can be seen four bottles of pressurised nitrogen used within the aircraft's Electronic Counter Measures suite. The bottles would be loaded through the open tail hatches seen. The Scampton Wing consisted of Nos 27, 83 and 617 Squadrons.

RAF-T Avro Vulcan of the Scampton Wing as seen from the tail at its base of RAF Scampton. Underneath the aircraft on a trolley can be seen four bottles of pressurised nitrogen used within the aircraft's Electronic Counter Measures suite

Hadley-Page Victor B.2 first flew in 1959 as part of the RAF "V" bomber fleet. It's role changed to photo recon in 1968 and then to aerial tanker in 1969. Victor K.1's were retired in 1993.

Hadley-Page Victor first flew in 1959 as part of the RAF "V" bomber fleet. It's role changed to photo recon in 1968 and then to aerial tanker in Victor were retired in

Vulcan bomber

Vulcan bomber

Avro Vulcan B.2 XH558 overhead the Northern Ireland coastline a few weeks ago. Caught by Frank Grealish

Avro 698 "Vulcan" overhead the Northern Ireland coastline a few weeks ago.

XH558 completes ground running tests ahead of public engine runs

completes ground running tests ahead of public engine runs

Vulcan. 1955

The Vulcan surely one of the most remarkable aircraft ever built the Second World War influenced in their research and design.

Avro Vulcan B1  60th First Flight Anniversary

Operated by BSE as a flying test bed for the Bristol Olympus engine. Seen taking off from Farnborough to give its public display. Obtained from BSE 50 years ago. - Photo taken at Farnborough (FAB / EGLF) in England, United Kingdom in September,

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