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Vulcan bomber

The Avro Vulcan is a delta wing high-altitude strategic bomber, which was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until 1984. Of the three V bombers produced, the Vulcan was considered the most technically advanced and was powered by 4 Rolls-Royce Olympus engines which emit a distinctive "howl" when at approximately 90% power.

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Red Arrows Farewell to Vulcan Featured Avro Vulcan Print

Red Arrows Farewell to Vulcan

The Red Arrows have flown with the Vulcan bomber for the final time in a show of great British aviation icons.
Jets from the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team performed a flypast with the mighty Cold War aircraft at the Southport Air Show this afternoon (Saturday, September 19th, 2015).
Thousands of people cheered and waved as the Red Arrows' nine distinctive British-built Hawk aircraft made a V-shape in front of the Vulcan

Vulcan 20914_013 Featured Avro Vulcan Print

Vulcan 20914_013

Last flying Vulcan bomber taking off from RAF Waddington, Lincolnshire. Photographed from the air in July 2009. The Vulcan, designed by Avro and later manufactured by Hawker Siddeley, served the RAF from 1956 until 1984

© Historic England Archive

Aerial, Aeroplane, Aircraft, Raf, Vulcan, Waddington

Percival P.56 Provost T. Mk.1 7696M Featured Avro Vulcan Print

Percival P.56 Provost T. Mk.1 7696M

Percival P.56 Provost T. Mk.1 7698M (msn PAC-56-056), formerly WV493, at RAF Halton for an open day. WV493 was delivered on 28 October 1953, assigned maintenance serial 7696M for use at RAF Halton. Later sold and given civilian registration G-BDYG. Retired to the National Museum of Flight, at East Fortune, East Lothian. In company with Hawker Hunter F Mk.4 7941M (XF369 - msn HABL003098), first flown 18 February 1956 and delivered 8 Mar 1956. Later refurbished as G-9-351 and sold to the Singapore Air Defence Command as Hawker Hunter FR.74B 538,(sold in the USA) Also in shot is one of the two Avro Vulcan B.Mk.1 bombers that graced the grass airfield at Halton. Amazingly the two Vulcans and the Comet on the airfield were all flown into the rather small grass airfield Date: 1960s

© The Peter Butt Aviation Collection / Mary Evans