Had a day out at the RAF Cosford Museum today, and it was a very nice and chilled out day. Plenty of interesting stuff to see and lots of changes since my last visit a few years back.
Having a good close up look at the outdoor stuff was nice, and so was the look inside the Vulcan B1 cockpit.
Nice to get a good look at the Lincoln and the German and Japanese stuff, oh and the art gallery is most impressive and worth a look around. There are TV's around the museum showing various DVDs and the British Airways one is particularly nice.
Also got to see some Jet Provost's doing short taxi runs, these were on the main airfield, they are used for training ground support staff etc.
Hunter at museum site entrance.
P51 was at Hendon until 2003.
The oldest Spitfire left in the world.
Gnat from another angle.
Rather batterd looking Hunter.
Batterd Hunter again.
Prone position test bed Meteor.
Jet Provost, they open this up if they have enough staff, today it was shut.
P1A ( Lightning development aircraft)
The ground school Jet Provost\'s.