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Concorde Collection

"Concorde: A Marvel of Aviation Engineering and Timeless Elegance" Step into the world of supersonic travel with this captivating BAe Concorde Cutaway Poster

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde in British Airways colours takes-off

Concorde in British Airways colours takes-off
Concorde, in British Airways colours takes-off

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 206 G-BOa in flight

Concorde 206 G-BOa in flight
Concorde 206, G-BOa, in flight

Background imageConcorde Collection: BAe Concorde Cutaway Poster

BAe Concorde Cutaway Poster

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde G-BOa a Boeing 747 and a VC10

Concorde G-BOa a Boeing 747 and a VC10
Concorde, G-BOa, a Boeing 747 and a VC10 at the British Airways stand at J.F. Kennedy Airport, New York. Black and white

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde taking off - 1976

Concorde taking off - 1976
The Anglo-French supersonic passenger plane leaves the ground at Heathrow Airport - The aircraft in the photo is G-BBDG which never flew in service with British Airways (despite wearing the livery)

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde G-BOa in British Airways markings

Concorde G-BOa in British Airways markings
Concorde, G-BOa, in British Airways markings

Background imageConcorde Collection: Schlieren photograph of a Concorde model in a wind tunnel

Schlieren photograph of a Concorde model in a wind tunnel

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde in British Airways colours takes-off

Concorde in British Airways colours takes-off
Concorde, in British Airways colours takes-off

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde production in the main assembly hall at Filton

Concorde production in the main assembly hall at Filton

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde in Air France markings

Concorde in Air France markings

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 002 the second prototype

Concorde 002 the second prototype
Concorde 002, the second prototype, in the final stages of equipment and fitting out at Filton

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde in the 1970s in British Airways livery, Heathrow, London, England

Concorde in the 1970s in British Airways livery, Heathrow, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageConcorde Collection: Boeing 377 SGT Super Guppy F-BTGV Airbus Finningley

Boeing 377 SGT Super Guppy F-BTGV Airbus Finningley
The first of a total of 4 Super Guppy Turbines to be built by Aero Spacelines. Flew for Airbus for more than 20 years transporting Concorde and Airbus sections

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 002 under tow from the Brabazon Hangar at Filton

Concorde 002 under tow from the Brabazon Hangar at Filton for final fitting out

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concordes Cockpit

Concordes Cockpit
The cockpit of the first prototype Concorde, 001, at the St. Martin Sud-Aviation factory at Toulouse, France. Date: late 1960s

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EyeUbiquitous_20100043
England, East Sussex, Brighton, Kemptown, Elevator between Marine Parade and the lower esplanade of AMdeira Drive. Lift exits into the Concorde 2 nightclub and music venue

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concordes First Flight

Concordes First Flight
Front page (not cover) of the Illustrated London News showing the first flight of the supersonic air liner Concorde at the Sud-Aviation airfield at Toulouse. The chief test pilot was M

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde flightdeck

Concorde flightdeck

Background imageConcorde Collection: British Airways Concorde G-BOAC takes-off - Heathrow

British Airways Concorde G-BOAC takes-off - Heathrow
British Airways Concorde, G-BOAC, takes-off from London Heathrow Airport at 13.01 hours on 24 May 1976 on its first commercial flight to the US. Date: 1976

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde G-BOa a Boeing 747 and a VC10

Concorde G-BOa a Boeing 747 and a VC10
Concorde, G-BOa, a Boeing 747 and a VC10 at the British Airways stand at J.F. Kennedy Airport, New York. Colour

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde production in the main assembly hall at Filton

Concorde production in the main assembly hall at Filton

Background imageConcorde Collection: 1985 Aston Martin Lagonda with Concorde

1985 Aston Martin Lagonda with Concorde

Background imageConcorde Collection: France-Aerospace-Show

France-Aerospace-Show
Flight attendant, Annette Hennze poses during the International Paris Air Show, on May 06, 1969 at Le Bourget airport. AFP PHOTO / AFP PHOTO

Background imageConcorde Collection: Pilots view from the Concorde simulator at BAC Filton

Pilots view from the Concorde simulator at BAC Filton. July 1977. Date: 1977

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde flightdeck

Concorde flightdeck

Background imageConcorde Collection: The Concorde production line at Toulouse

The Concorde production line at Toulouse

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde F-BVFA in Air France markings

Concorde F-BVFA in Air France markings
Concorde, F-BVFA, in Air France markings

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 002 takes-off from Filton on its maiden flight

Concorde 002 takes-off from Filton on its maiden flight on 9 April 1969. Date: 1969

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 01 G-AXDN makes its first take-off from Filton

Concorde 01 G-AXDN makes its first take-off from Filton
Concorde 01, G-AXDN, makes its first take-off from Filton

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 002 G-BSST leaves the assembly hall at Filton

Concorde 002 G-BSST leaves the assembly hall at Filton
Concorde 002, G-BSST, leaves the assembly hall at Filton for the first time on 12 September 1968. Date: 1968

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concordes Cockpit

Concordes Cockpit
A mock-up of Concordes cockpit, Filton, Bristol, England, from where the Concorde 002 made its first flight to its test centre at Fairford on 9 April 1969. Date: late 1960s

Background imageConcorde Collection: CONCORDE 002 FLIES 1969

CONCORDE 002 FLIES 1969
Brian Trubshaw pilots the British-built Supersonic transport aircraft, Concorde 002 on its maiden flight from Filton to Fairford, seven years before entering service. Date: 9 April 1969

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 204 G-BOAC in takes-off

Concorde 204 G-BOAC in takes-off
Concorde 204, G-BOAC, in takes-off

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concordes Cockpit

Concordes Cockpit
A mock-up of Concordes cockpit, Filton, Bristol, England, from where the Concorde 002 made its first flight to its test centre at Fairford on 9 April 1969. Date: 1969

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde lands at RAF Fairford after successful test flight of new engines

Concorde lands at RAF Fairford after successful test flight of new engines, breaking sound barrier, 14th August 1970

Background imageConcorde Collection: AM Sir Charles Pringle KBE MA CEng FRAeS RAeS President

AM Sir Charles Pringle KBE MA CEng FRAeS RAeS President
AM Sir Charles Pringle, KBE, MA, CEng, FRAeS, RAeS President 1975-1976, on the occasion of his flight on Concorde, 12 September 1975. Date: 1975

Background imageConcorde Collection: Cutaway drawing of the Rolls Royce / Snecma Olympus 593 engine

Cutaway drawing of the Rolls Royce / Snecma Olympus 593 engine
Cutaway drawing of the Rolls-Royce/Snecma Olympus 593 engine installation on Concorde

Background imageConcorde Collection: Singer Phil Collins & wife Jill Travelman at London Heathrow Airport

Singer Phil Collins & wife Jill Travelman at London Heathrow Airport. Phil Collins is about to board a Concorde flight to USA, in order to perform at the JFK Stadium in Philadelphia

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde landed at Heathrow for the first time. It was diverted there because bad weather

Concorde landed at Heathrow for the first time. It was diverted there because bad weather had closed its test aerodrome in Gloucestershire

Background imageConcorde Collection: The second production Concorde taking shape at Filton

The second production Concorde taking shape at Filton

Background imageConcorde Collection: A Concorde centre section stowed on an Airbus Super Guppy

A Concorde centre section stowed on an Airbus Super Guppy

Background imageConcorde Collection: A Concorde forward fuselage loaded into Airbus Super Guppy

A Concorde forward fuselage loaded into Airbus Super Guppy
A Concorde forward fuselage is loaded into an Airbus Super Guppy for transportation to Toulouse

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde under construction, Bristol

Concorde under construction, Bristol
Concorde under construction at Filton, Bristol. Date: late 1960s

Background imageConcorde Collection: Pre-production Concorde 01 G-AXDN

Pre-production Concorde 01 G-AXDN
Pre-production Concorde 01, G-AXDN, the third Concorde to join the flight test programme

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde 002

Concorde 002
The second Concorde prototype (002) takes shape on the final assembly jig at Filton, Bristol, England, from where the Concorde 002 made its first flight on 9 April 1969. Date: 1969

Background imageConcorde Collection: Construction of Concorde

Construction of Concorde
Engineers and fitters work on a section of one of the wings of the first prototype Concorde, 001, at the St. Martin, Toulouse, plant of Sud-Aviation, France. Date: 1967

Background imageConcorde Collection: Concorde Construction

Concorde Construction
The first prototype Concorde, 001, taking shape at the St. Martin Sud-Aviation factory Toulouse, France. Date: 1967



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"Concorde: A Marvel of Aviation Engineering and Timeless Elegance" Step into the world of supersonic travel with this captivating BAe Concorde Cutaway Poster. From its sleek design to its groundbreaking technology, Concorde remains an icon in aviation history. Imagine the awe-inspiring sight G-BOa gracefully soaring through the skies alongside a Boeing 747 and a VC10, showcasing its superiority in speed and style. The British Airways colors adorning this magnificent aircraft only enhance its allure as it takes off, leaving onlookers mesmerized by its sheer power. Transport yourself back to 1976 when Concorde first took flight, capturing hearts worldwide with its unparalleled performance. Through a Schlieren photograph taken in a wind tunnel, we get a glimpse into the meticulous engineering that made supersonic travel possible. Witness the grandeur production at Filton's main assembly hall, where skilled craftsmen meticulously crafted each component to perfection. This dedication is evident as we witness Concorde 206 G-BOa effortlessly gliding through the sky, embodying both grace and innovation. Delve deeper into history with Concorde 002 - the second prototype that paved the way for commercial success. Its legacy extends beyond aviation; even an Aston Martin Lagonda from 1985 proudly displays symbols representing this extraordinary aircraft. In London's Heathrow Airport during the vibrant era of the 1970s, British Airways proudly showcased their fleet adorned in iconic livery – including none other than our beloved Concorde. It stood as a symbol of national pride and technological prowess amidst bustling air traffic. The Boeing 377 SGT Super Guppy F-BTGV Airbus Finningley serves as a reminder of how collaboration between nations pushed boundaries further. As these colossal planes stand side by side, they remind us that progress knows no limits when minds unite towards achieving the extraordinary.