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Neil Cottle was the co-pilot of Hercules XV217 on 19 Sep 1991 and took these photos, of Avro Vulcan XH558 in formation with what looks like Handley Page Victor XL164. XL164’s nose section still survives today at Bournemouth Aviation Museum.

Neil Cottle was the co-pilot of Hercules on 19 Sep 1991 and took these photos, of Avro Vulcan in formation with what looks like Handley Page Victor nose section still survives today at Bournemouth Aviation Museum.

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.

The Handley Page Victor was a British jet bomber aircraft produced by the Handley Page Aircraft Company during the Cold War. It had a second lease on life as an air to air tanker for quite a few years

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,

The famous Black Buck aircraft XM607, captained by Martin Withers (now our chief pilot) during the Falklands campaign. Seen here at RAF Finningley.

The famous Black Buck aircraft captained by Martin Withers (now our chief pilot) during the Falklands campaign. Seen here at RAF Finningley.

Handley Page Victor

positive-rate: “ “ goosedawg: “ rocketumbl: “ Handley Page Victor ” All this technology and they got to have a step ladder to get in and out of this thing. ” Saves weight ” The Victor.

Prepared: Armourers load a dummy Yellow Sun Mark 2 into the bomb bay of a Victor B1A durin...

In Cold War pictures, how the RAF has always been ready to face Russia

"Drop that on my toe, Chief and I'll NEVER forgive you." (Armourers load a dummy Yellow Sun Mark 2 into the bomb bay of a Victor at RAF Honington in

Wideawake Airport, Ascension Island during the Falklands War

Black Buck Memories - Vulcan To The Sky. Harriers, Victors and Nimrods parked up in advance at Ascension Island awaiting the arrival of Vulcan aircraft from RAF Waddington before the attacks could begin.

Victor V1 scramble during a demonstration at RAF Cottesmore. Image by Ian Proctor.

Scrambled: Squadron Leader Ulf Burberry and his crew race towards Victor during a demonstration at RAF Cottesmore, Rutland, in 1959 by Ian Proctor

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