A glorious Saturday out at the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune. Here are a few of the photos from the day.
The main attraction is obviously Concorde. Well preserved in the hangar but it’s not the brightest place to take photos.
The dizzying array of buttons in the cockpit.
The compact interior.
The new 707 exhibit lets you get a good angle from the tail end.
But you can’t can’t get a great angle on the nose.
A view of the military hangar.
One of my favourites, the Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet, the first (and last really) rocket plane.
A bit more HDR fun with an engine close-up.
A moody hangar interior shot.
And another one.
Interior of a BAC 1-11
Last but most, the Avro Vulcan.