Vulcan at Bruntingthorpe

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  1. Royzee617

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    Some footage of the taxiable Vulcan that lives at Bruntingthorpe. Hope to get up there in person some time soon.
     

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    For those of you interested the Vulcan in that clip should fly again bye the end of 2006

    Yippiee ill be there (I hope)
     
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    Very Very Cool!

    I like the way the just lifted the nose up!!!
     
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    Not old enough to have seen a Vulcan flying :(
    Good to hear she will be flying by the end of '06, bring on the new year! :)
    Even standing still the Vulcan is an impressive sight, seeing it fly must be incredible.

    Got any B-52 or B47 videos? or indeed any more of the early cold war bombers from any side? They are some of my favourites 8)
     
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    Loads... now where did it put them?

    The Vulcan is probably my fave jet bomber but like most of the others... B1 and B52 especially. But I dunno why but I am not so keen on the B2.

    We were lucky that they had the farewell sirshow for the Vulcan nearby in Cranfield... all those years ago. Wistful sigh.
     
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