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Prototype Collection

Background imagePrototype 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 imagePrototype 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

Background imagePrototype Collection: The de Havilland DH106 Comet first prototype G-5-1

The de Havilland DH106 Comet first prototype G-5-1
The de Havilland DH106 Comet first prototype, G-5-1 (later registered G-ALVG) with the third de Havilland DH108, VW120, at Hatfield, 27 July 1949. Date: 1949

Background imagePrototype Collection: Boeing B-29 Superfortress prototype from a dramatic asp

Boeing B-29 Superfortress prototype from a dramatic aspect taken during early test flying

Background imagePrototype Collection: Major Frank Bernard Halford CBE FRAeS (1894-1955)

Major Frank Bernard Halford CBE FRAeS (1894-1955)
Major Frank Bernard Halford, CBE, FRAeS, 1894-1955, President of the Royal Aeronautical Society 1951 to 1952, in front of the prototype de Havilland Comet airliner. Date: 1955

Background imagePrototype Collection: The first prototype Blackburn B-48 RT651

The first prototype Blackburn B-48 RT651
The first prototype Blackburn B-48, RT651

Background imagePrototype Collection: Halford, Whittle, de Havilland and Walker

Halford, Whittle, de Havilland and Walker
From left: Major Frank Halford, Sir Frank Whittle, Sir Geoffrey de Havilland and C.C. Walker in front of the first prototype de Havilland Comet airliner

Background imagePrototype Collection: First prototype English Electric Canberra B2 VX165

First prototype English Electric Canberra B2 VX165
First prototype English Electric Canberra B2, VX165

Background imagePrototype Collection: Prototype Handley Page Victor B2 XH668

Prototype Handley Page Victor B2 XH668
Prototype Handley Page Victor B2, XH668

Background imagePrototype Collection: Bedford Park / Bath Rd 4 / 9

Bedford Park / Bath Rd 4 / 9
Bedford Park, Chiswick, London, considered the prototype of later garden cities and suburbs: Bath Road, looking east (4 of 9)

Background imagePrototype Collection: Fournier RF-4 F-BMKA (1st prototype)

Fournier RF-4 F-BMKA (1st prototype)
Fournier RF-4 F-BMKA (msn 1), the first prototype of the aerobatic version of the Fournier RF-3 at the 1966 Paris Air Show

Background imagePrototype Collection: Republic XF-12 Rainbow RC-2

Republic XF-12 Rainbow RC-2
Republic Rc-2 Rainbow Airliner Cutaway Drawing Date: 1940s

Background imagePrototype Collection: English Electric Lightning P-1B

English Electric Lightning P-1B
RAF Royal Airforce English Electric Lightning P-1B Pprototype

Background imagePrototype Collection: Prototype Blackburn Beverley, WF320

Prototype Blackburn Beverley, WF320
The prototype Blackburn Beverley, WF320, flying over Beverley Minster

Background imagePrototype Collection: The Gloster Meteor FR9 prototype VW360

The Gloster Meteor FR9 prototype VW360
The Gloster Meteor FR9 prototype, VW360

Background imagePrototype Collection: Dassault Mirage 4000

Dassault Mirage 4000 Prototype Parked

Background imagePrototype Collection: McDonnell Douglas YF4H-1 Phantom pre-production

McDonnell Douglas YF4H-1 Phantom pre-production
Mcdonnell Douglas Yf4H-1 Phantom Pre-Production Model Which Set an Absolute World Speed Record at 1606Mph in 1961 Flown by Lt Col Robert B Robinson Date: 1961

Background imagePrototype Collection: Rolls-Royce Clyde powered prototype Westland Wyvern TF2

Rolls-Royce Clyde powered prototype Westland Wyvern TF2, VP120, during thrust measuring trials at Yeovil

Background imagePrototype Collection: The first prototype de Havilland Canada DHC2 Beaver

The first prototype de Havilland Canada DHC2 Beaver, CF-FHB-X, fitted with a ski undercarriage

Background imagePrototype Collection: Prototype Handley Page Victor B2 XH668

Prototype Handley Page Victor B2 XH668
Prototype Handley Page Victor B2, XH668

Background imagePrototype Collection: The last production Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I V1599

The last production Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I V1599
The last production Armstrong Whitworth Albemarle I, V1599, became the prototype STI

Background imagePrototype Collection: Photographic, 10838643

Photographic, 10838643
10838643

Background imagePrototype Collection: The first prototype Junkers G38 D-2000

The first prototype Junkers G38 D-2000
The first prototype Junkers G38, D-2000

Background imagePrototype 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 imagePrototype Collection: Blackburn YA. 1 Firecrest RT651

Blackburn YA. 1 Firecrest RT651
Blackburn YA.1 Firecrest RT651 at the 1947 SBAC Radlett air-show, parked next to the first prototype Boulton Paul Balliol VL892

Background imagePrototype Collection: Vickers VC10 G-ARTA BOAC prototype Farnborough 1962

Vickers VC10 G-ARTA BOAC prototype Farnborough 1962
Vickers VC10 G-ARTA BOAC prototype taking off at first public appearance at Farnborough Air Show 6 September 1962 Date: 1962

Background imagePrototype Collection: The prototype Fairey Gannet AEW3 XJ440

The prototype Fairey Gannet AEW3 XJ440
The prototype Fairey Gannet AEW3, XJ440

Background imagePrototype Collection: Prototype Vought F8U-2 Crusader

Prototype Vought F8U-2 Crusader

Background imagePrototype Collection: Hawker P1067 Hunter second prototype WB195 in the air

Hawker P1067 Hunter second prototype WB195 in the air
Hawker P1067 Hunter second prototype, WB195, in the air

Background imagePrototype Collection: The prototype Fokker V45 or FII with the Fokker V40

The prototype Fokker V45 or FII with the Fokker V40

Background imagePrototype Collection: Albatros C IX used by Manfred von Richthofen

Albatros C IX used by Manfred von Richthofen
Albatros C IX prototype German biplane used by Manfred von Richthofen for personal transport. Date: circa 1917

Background imagePrototype Collection: The prototype Saab 90 Scandia, SE-BCA, during a single-e?

The prototype Saab 90 Scandia, SE-BCA, during a single-e?
The prototype Saab 90 Scandia, SE-BCA, during a single-engine take-off from Saab?s airfield at Linkping

Background imagePrototype Collection: Second prototype Royal Aircraft Factory SE5 A4562

Second prototype Royal Aircraft Factory SE5 A4562
Second prototype Royal Aircraft Factory SE5, A4562, at Farnborough with Major Frank Goodden in the cockpit

Background imagePrototype Collection: Handley Page Victor first prototype WB771

Handley Page Victor first prototype WB771
Handley Page Victor first prototype, WB771

Background imagePrototype Collection: Vickers Valiant second prototype WB215

Vickers Valiant second prototype WB215
Vickers Valiant second prototype, WB215, was fitted with Super Sprite rocket packs under each wing

Background imagePrototype Collection: Hawker Hurricane prototype K5083 in the air

Hawker Hurricane prototype K5083 in the air
Hawker Hurricane prototype, K5083, in the air

Background imagePrototype 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 imagePrototype Collection: Concorde Construction

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

Background imagePrototype Collection: Gloster GA. 5 Javelin 2nd prototype WD808

Gloster GA. 5 Javelin 2nd prototype WD808
Gloster GA.5 Javelin 2nd prototype WD808, seen during its air display, at the 1952 SBAC Farnborough Air Show. First flown on 21 August 1952

Background imagePrototype Collection: Vickers Varsity T. 1 VX828

Vickers Varsity T. 1 VX828
Vickers Varsity T.1 prototype VX828 Date: circa 1950

Background imagePrototype Collection: The Magnetron Valve by G. H. Davis

The Magnetron Valve by G. H. Davis
A set of diagrams demonstrating what a magnetron valve is, and why it is of such importance to radar. The magnetron valve was used in the Second World War to give Allied forces superior radars,

Background imagePrototype Collection: The third prototype Fairey Gannet AS1, WE488

The third prototype Fairey Gannet AS1, WE488

Background imagePrototype Collection: Airspeed AS51 Horsa I DG597 the first prototype

Airspeed AS51 Horsa I DG597 the first prototype
Airspeed AS51 Horsa I, DG597, the first prototype

Background imagePrototype Collection: The prototype Supermarine Attacker TS409

The prototype Supermarine Attacker TS409
The prototype Supermarine Attacker, TS409. February 1948. Date: 1948

Background imagePrototype Collection: Saab 32 Lansen first prototype 32001

Saab 32 Lansen first prototype 32001
Saab 32 Lansen first prototype, 32001

Background imagePrototype Collection: The first prototype Saunders-Roe SR A / 1 TG263

The first prototype Saunders-Roe SR A / 1 TG263
The first prototype Saunders-Roe SR.A/1, TG263

Background imagePrototype Collection: The first prototype de Havilland DH114 Heron G-ALZL

The first prototype de Havilland DH114 Heron G-ALZL
The first prototype de Havilland DH114 Heron, G-ALZL

Background imagePrototype Collection: Airspeed AS57 Ambassador first prototype G-AGUA

Airspeed AS57 Ambassador first prototype G-AGUA
Airspeed AS57 Ambassador first prototype, G-AGUA



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