Vulcans at Newark Air Museum

Vulcan flypast at Newark Air Museum, Nottinghamshire. Photo © Chris James
October 2015 sees the end of a chapter in aviation history with the last flights by a Vulcan bomber. As part of a “farewell to flight” nationwide tour, Vulcan XH558 flew over Newark Air Museum, Nottinghamshire, for the last time. The museum has their own Vulcan B2 (XM594) – one of only 18 left in the world –  and in beautiful sunshine XH558 flew right over it on her second pass to the delight of the onlookers. Above is a composite image made from 7 exposures of that sadly never-to-be-repeated experience. And here is a slideshow of images of both aircraft (including the whole sequence of both Vulcans together):
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