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Preserved at the Museum of Flight, Scotland. Only by walking around this airframe did I get to see just how small the wheels/tyres on this bomber are in comparison to it's size. This airframe joined the RAF in 1963, is one of only two Vulcans to drop weapons in actual conflict, and made it's last flight, to East Fortune for preservation in 1984.

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Preserved at the Museum of Flight, Scotland. Only by walking around this airframe did I get to see just how small the wheels/tyres on this bomber are in comparison to it's size. This airframe joined the RAF in 1963, is one of only two Vulcans to drop weapons in actual conflict, and made it's last flight, to East Fortune for preservation in 1984.

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