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Avro Collection

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2 armed with a Blue Steel stand-off bomb

Avro Vulcan B2 armed with a Blue Steel stand-off bomb

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Shackleton MR2 WL751 overflying the Rock of Gibraltar

Avro Shackleton MR2 WL751 overflying the Rock of Gibraltar
Avro Shackleton MR2, WL751, overflying the Rock of Gibralter

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan BMk1, Vickers Valiant BMk1, XD869

Avro Vulcan BMk1, Vickers Valiant BMk1, XD869, and Handley Page Victor BMk1, XA931

Background imageAvro Collection: The first Avro Vulcan B2 XH533

The first Avro Vulcan B2 XH533
The first Avro Vulcan B2, XH533

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2 at night

Avro Vulcan B2 at night

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan

Avro Vulcan
Avro 698 Vulcan, British jet bomber Date: circa 1950

Background imageAvro Collection: Lancaster Bombers ready to take off, 1942

Lancaster Bombers ready to take off, 1942
Photograph of an Avro Lancaster heavy bomber at a British airfield, ready to take off, somewhere in England, 1942. Although the engines are already running

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro York C1 G-AGNN BOAC

Avro York C1 G-AGNN BOAC
A BOAC aircraft until sold to British South American Airways in 1947. Named Madras while at BOAC it was renamed Star Crest at BSa. It flew again with BOAC and then Skyways of London. Date: 1946

Background imageAvro Collection: An Avro Vulcan B2 gives a birthday salute to Barnes Wallace

An Avro Vulcan B2 gives a birthday salute to Barnes Wallace
An Avro Vulcan B2 gives a birthday salute to Sir Barnes Wallis in September 1977. Date: 1977

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lancaster I R5868s for Sugar being bombed up

Avro Lancaster I R5868s for Sugar being bombed up
Avro Lancaster I, R5868, s for Sugar, being bombed up. The veteran of 137 wartime sorties, was initially preserved as a gate guardian at its former base

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2

Avro Vulcan B2

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Anson I MG182 1942

Avro Anson I MG182 1942
Avro Anson I, MG182. 1942. Date: 1942

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B1 XA903

Avro Vulcan B1 XA903
Avro Vulcan B1, XA903, used as an engine testbed for the Turbo Union RB199 for the Panavia Tornado

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B1 XA900

Avro Vulcan B1 XA900
Avro Vulcan B1, XA900

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lincoln being refuelled at Blackbush

Avro Lincoln being refuelled at Blackbush prior to departure on a five-week tour of the Far East, Australia and New Zealand

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lancaster G-AHJW formerly ED866

Avro Lancaster G-AHJW formerly ED866
Avro Lancaster, G-AHJW, formerly ED866, was used by Flight Refuelling until it crashed near Andover on 22 November 1948. Date: 1948

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 698 Vulcan B-2

Avro 698 Vulcan B-2
RAF Avro Vulcan V-Bomber Date: 1950s

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 683 Lancaster I of No 467 Squadron bombing-up-beca

Avro 683 Lancaster I of No 467 Squadron bombing-up-became the mainstay of RAF Bomber Command, the type entering operations in February 1942

Background imageAvro Collection: The Bristol Brabazon under construction at Filton

The Bristol Brabazon under construction at Filton alongside an Avro Lancaster. 11 August 1948. Date: 1948

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2 XH534 Farnborough

Avro Vulcan B2 XH534 Farnborough
The second B2 Vulcan built was based at A&AEE Boscombe Down for trials until 1965. The Vulcan display was always one of the highlights of Farnborough Air Show. Date: 1960

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2 climbs away

Avro Vulcan B2 climbs away

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2 at Heyford

Avro Vulcan B2 at Heyford. James Gilbert photo

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Anson I MG182 1942

Avro Anson I MG182 1942
Avro Anson I, MG182. 1942. Date: 1942

Background imageAvro Collection: An Afternoon At Home at a Modern Flying Club by Johns

An Afternoon At Home at a Modern Flying Club by Johns
Representative types of British light aeroplanes flying over a typical modern aerodrome. The green monoplane on the left is a Westland Widgeon

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Anson 19 VM331 1954

Avro Anson 19 VM331 1954
Avro Anson 19, VM331. 1954

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 560 as flown by Bert Hinkler at the Lympne Light Aeropl

Avro 560 as flown by Bert Hinkler at the Lympne Light Aeroplane Trials in 1923. Date: 1923

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan B2 XH558 of No 27 Squadron RAF Scampton

Avro Vulcan B2 XH558 of No 27 Squadron RAF Scampton
Avro Vulcan B2, XH558, of No 27 Squadron, RAF Scampton, checks a North Sea oil rig. February 1975. This aircraft was restored to airworthiness by the Vulcan to the Sky Trust in 2007. Date: 1975

Background imageAvro Collection: Photographic, 10838208

Photographic, 10838208
10838208

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lancaster I Aries

Avro Lancaster I Aries, PD328, of the Empire Air Navigation School, Shawbury, warming up prior to its England to Cape Town record-breaking flight of 32hrs 21min

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 618 Ten / X / 10

Avro 618 Ten / X / 10
Pilot Charles Kingsford-Smith and His Avro 618 Ten, Named Southern Star Unloading at Croydon after the First Flight from Australia with Christmas Post / Mail 16th December 1931 Date: 1931

Background imageAvro Collection: James Charles Floyd CEng FRAeS (1914- )

James Charles Floyd CEng FRAeS (1914- )
James Charles Floyd, CEng, FRAeS (1914- ), former chief design engineer at Avro Canada during the Jetliner, CF-100 and CF-105 Arrow programmes. Date: 1914

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Canada CF105 Arrow I 25201

Avro Canada CF105 Arrow I 25201
Avro Canada CF105 Arrow I, 25201, after undercarriage failure at touchdown, 11 June 1958. Date: 1958

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Tudor assembly line at Woodford

Avro Tudor assembly line at Woodford

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Shackleton MR1 VP256 of RAF Coastal Command

Avro Shackleton MR1 VP256 of RAF Coastal Command
Avro Shackleton MR1, VP256, of RAF Coastal Command. August 1951. Date: 1951

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lancaster ASRIII SW329 at RAF Northolt August 1948

Avro Lancaster ASRIII SW329 at RAF Northolt August 1948
Avro Lancaster ASRIII, SW329, at RAF Northolt, August 1948. Date: 1948

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 626 Prefect, NZ204, of the Royal New Zealand Air Force

Avro 626 Prefect, NZ204, of the Royal New Zealand Air Force

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Shackleton AEW2

Avro Shackleton AEW2

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan production line

Avro Vulcan production line

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Vulcan landing

Avro Vulcan landing

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lincoln RF403 testbed

Avro Lincoln RF403 testbed
Avro Lincoln, RF403, testbed for the Armstrong Siddeley Python turboprop. This aircraft was scrapped in Australia in 1958 following high altitude bombing trials at Woomera. Date: 1958

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Lincoln B2 RA657 used by Flight Refuelling

Avro Lincoln B2 RA657 used by Flight Refuelling
Avro Lincoln B2, RA657, used by Flight Refuelling for probe and drogue trials. Seen here with a Gloster Meteor F4, VZ389

Background imageAvro Collection: Air Scouts learning to glide

Air Scouts learning to glide
Two Scouts sit in a Slingsby T.21 while another Scout connects it to a cable prior to launch at the first Air Scout Gliding Course at Lasham. An Avro York G-ANTK can also be seen in the background

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro Shackleton MR. 2

Avro Shackleton MR. 2
Royal Air Force - Avro Shackleton MR.2, of No.8 Squadron, used as a flight crew trainer for the Shackleton Airborne Early Warning aircraft. Date: circa 1979

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 643 Mk. II Cadet VH-AGH

Avro 643 Mk. II Cadet VH-AGH
Avro 643 Mk.II Cadet VH-AGH (msn 990) of Marshall Airways in Australia Date: 1960s

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 685 York-shown is the first civilianised York deli

Avro 685 York-shown is the first civilianised York delivered to British Overseas Airways Corporation in February 1944

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 685 York transport used the Lancasters wings, mod

Avro 685 York transport used the Lancasters wings, modified tail unit and engines One used by Winston Churchill as his personal aircraft

Background imageAvro Collection: Avro 694 Lincoln, probably RE367, Aries III

Avro 694 Lincoln, probably RE367, Aries III of the Empire Air Navigation School

Background imageAvro Collection: Vickers Valiant B(PR)K1 WZ376 refuels Avro Vulcan

Vickers Valiant B(PR)K1 WZ376 refuels Avro Vulcan
Vickers Valiant B(PR)K1, WZ376, refuels Avro Vulcan B1, XH478



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