Fleet Air Arm Museum
Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton (HMS Heron), Ilchester, Somerset, England
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BAC Concorde (G-BSST) used only as a trials aircraft from 1969 to 1974. A BAC 221 (WG774) (blue aircraft) built by Fairey Aviation as a Fairey Delta 2 (1954) and converted to BAC 221 by BAC (1964) and a Hawker P1127 XP980) (behind the 221) experimental VSTOL aircraft., the tail of a British Aerospace Sea Harrier FRS1 (XZ493) is seen in the foreground.


The cockpit of the BAC Concorde.


A Westland Wyvern.


Close-up of the engine of the Westland Wyvern.


Westland Wyvern.

(All photos and captions courtesy of Philip J. Heydon, I.S.M.)
© 2008 Philip J. Heydon all rights reserved


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