Assorted Vulcan Photographs
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Shown here are a
number of other Vulcan photographs which I have collected over the
years. My own photography skills are not as good as some, thus the
majority of these pictures I have obtained from other Vulcan
enthusiasts. I have tried to credit the photographer where possible,
but have found this difficult in some circumstances. If you own the
copyright of any image here please e-mail me so that I can either
credit your work, or remove it from my site if you so wish.
If you wish to
download these pictures for your own use please e-mail the
photographer before using them.
Most of them don't bite if you ask nicely!
Vulcan Photos by Dick
1. XH558 Abingdon Open Day 1990
2. XH558 where she belongs!
3. Silhouette of XL319 over RAF Leuchars 1979.*
4. Taxiing side view.
6. XL426 RAF Mildenhall 1988. *
All the above
photographs are copyright of Mr. D. Clements.
I thank him for allowing me to use them.
Regretfully, Mr Clements passed
away not long ago. My sympathies go to his family.
Vulcan Photos by Paul
All the above
photographs are copyright of Mr. P. Nann.
If you wish to visit his site check out my Vulcan links pages.
donated by Graham Booker of Maidstone.
1. XH558 Returning to
base. 2. XM612 at Norwich Airport.
3. Vulcan Sketch (44 Squadron).
4. Early Vulcan B1.
5. XH558 (Camouflage) & XM603 (Anti-flash paint).
6. XM603 (I think!)
Vulcan sketch by Terry
XM603 photo by Paul Hartley.
RAF Vulcan Pictures
1. XH558 & Red Arrows.
At the Great War Birds Air Display West Malling 1991.
2. XL426 during active service.
3. Red Arrows & XH558 (alternative view point) *
More Vulcan Pictures
(from left to right)
1. XH558 Climbing.
2. Unsure of location and identity of this Vulcan
3. XH558 landing.
4. Close up of XH558 approaching Bruntingthorpe Airport.
5. XL426 Underside View 6. XH558 With Generator Attached
XL426 photo kindly
supplied by Paul Osborne.
Some of the large Vulcan pictures copyright Cliff Knox.
Both the above
pictures have been kindly donated
by Mr Needham.
Is this your picture??
If so please contact me so I can credit your work.
I have misplaced your details - sorry!
Mr Jenks supplied the
above picture for the Vulcan Archive.
This particular Vulcan
was destroyed in a crash
whilst attempting to land at Heathrow airport.
An illustration of
created, using Power Point, by Steve Robson
Detailed artwork of
the cougar's head. Symbol of 1 Group.
Picture courtesy of
These wonderful Vulcan
photographs were kindly donated by
E. J. Van Koningsveld.
More Vulcan memories,
captured by Mr Edwards.
pictures from Mr S Berry from "Down Under"
1) XH498, attempts
finals at Wellington Airport 1959.
Wind shear causes the port wing to dip. The undercarriage is broken
and debris hits the fuel tanks.
2) The pilot attempts to abort the
landing. selects full power and climbs clear. Note damaged
3) The aircraft was advised to make an emergency landing at RNZAF
4) The Vulcan, and her crew, had a narrow escape.
1) XA897 at Woodford
1) XA897 stops at
Darwin, 30th Sept 1956.
2) Another shot of XA897.
Twenty-Four hours after these photos were taken the Vulcan was
destroyed by fire when attempting to land at London Airport.
Brian Reader shares
this view of a
B1 Vulcan landing in Malta circa 1957.
Images of XA901
provided by Bryan Armitage.
A wonderful shot of
Picture supplied by Dick Tracy.
This picture of a
Vulcan displaying to the crowds in Jersey comes from Mr Tony Fines.
War is a terrible,
However, it is good to see that the British Army has a sense of
humour. This cartoon was drawn in 1982 during the Falklands
conflict. It cannot be said that the British do not have a sense of
Nose section of a B1
Vulcan XA899 at The RAF Museum Cosford
The above photo was
taken by me during a visit to the RAF Museum, Cosford during
I frequently get sent
numerous Vulcan pictures for inclusion on my web pages. Each one I
try to credit where appropriate. However following a hard drive
failure I am unable to locate the origins of the following photos.
If they belong to you please e-mail me,
and I will credit your work where necessary. Thank you.