The prototype Vulcan passes over the 1952 Farnborough Show on September 2, three days after its first flight.
The Vulcan prototype, VX770
Roland Falk brings the first prototype Avro Vulcan, VX770, in for a frontal closeup during the 1954 Farnborough display.
Vulcan B.2 XM572 of No 35 Squadron, RAF, equipped with terrain following radar and radar warning receiver (on top of fin).
The Vulcan prototype, VX770. The aircraft was initially powered by four 6,500lb st Rolls-Royce Avon RA3s, as the Bristol Olympus two-spool turbojets were not ready in time.
The prototype Vulcan photographed by CHARLES E. BROWN.
The Avro 707B VX790 during a test flight in the hands of R. J. Falk, winter 1949.
WD280, the first high speed 707A, flew on June 14, 1951 and was also the first of the series to have wing root intakes.