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Vulcan over Niagara Falls

An impressive image of an Avro Vulcan flying over Niagara Falls in North America during a training flight with an air-launched, nuclear missile 'Blue Steel', 1965

Vulcan B MK1A, notice the modified wind leading edge and no tail mounted ECM bay, XA903 was used as a flying test bed for Concorde's Olympus engines, she still survives today in private hands

Vulcan B notice the modified wind leading edge and no tail mounted ECM bay, was used as a flying test bed for Concorde's Olympus engines, she still survives today in private hands

Avro Vulcan B2 XM572 of 617Sqn carrying a Blue Steel stand-off nuclear missile during a mission from RAF Scampton, Licolnshire 1964

Avro Vulcan of carrying a Blue Steel stand-off nuclear missile during a mission from RAF Scampton, Licolnshire 1964

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This picture shows a Vulcan carrying a Concorde Olympus engine for tests. Other Vulcans were converted into Maritime Reconnaissance and Air-to-Air Refuelling roles. However by 1984, all but two Vulcans had left RAF service.

This picture shows a Vulcan carrying a Concorde Olympus engine for tests. Other Vulcans were converted into Maritime Reconnaissance and Air-to-Air Refuelling roles. However by all but two Vulcans had left RAF service.

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XH558 on her delivery flight from Woodford to RAF Waddington – taken on 1st July 1960 – 55 years ago tomorrow. You can see that when the picture was taken, the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) was deployed - visible just underneath the port intake.

on her delivery flight from Woodford to RAF Waddington – taken on July 1960 – 55 years ago tomorrow. You can see that when the picture was taken, the Ram Air Turbine (RAT) was deployed - visible just underneath the port intake.

(Simulation screenshot) In early anti-radiation white. In the days when the Vulcan was a part of Britain's nuclear deterrent, along with the other V-bombers, the Valiant and Victor.

British Avro Vulcan Bomber (officially Hawker Siddeley Vulcan) strategic bomber, which was operated by the RAF from 1956 until 1984

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,

Vulcan XH561 leads 4 lightnings. April '68  (c) Ian Proctor

Avro Vulcan of 50 Sqn, RAF Cottesmore wing, leads in ‘Vic’ formation four English Electric Lightning during a flight in April

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