G-ANLO the first prototype de Havilland Comet 3
Third prototype of the de Havilland D.H.110.
Standard production dual-control trainer version of the Fairey Gannet for the Royal Navy. Note new mod. in the mirror above the cockpit. It allows instructor in rear seat a clear view ahead for landing
One of the Royal Navy's Fairey Gannet A.S. Mk.ls surrounded by an interesting selection of sonobuoys, practice bombs, flares and rockets.
Hunter F.Mk.4 WV385, with twelve rockets (outboard), one 100-gall. tank (inboard) under the starboard wing, and one I,000-lb. bomb (inboard) and one tank (outboard) under the port wing
Fighter reconnaissance version of a Hunter 4, with camera ports in nose.
Hawker Hunter Mk.6 WW593, production machine of latest mark.
Production model of the Gloster Javelin with what appears to be the final nose-shape.
The new tail-end of the Javelin
The leading-edge slats of the Twin Pioneer.
The Scottish Aviation Twin Pioneer.
Second prototype Handley Page Victor, WB775, painted cerulean blue overall.
XA890, the second production Avro Vulcan
Providing one of the most spectacular performances of the 1955 S.B.A.C flying display, Roly Falk is seen putting a production Vulcan (XA890) through its paces at Farnborough,
The first prototype Britannia Srs.100 (G-ALBO) with "Bill" Pegg at the controls, illustrated the comparative low noise factor of th is 150,000-lb. a.u.w., Proteus 750-powered, B,O.A.C. airliner
The first Handley Page Herald.
Second Saro Skeeter Mk.6, XK773, with D.H. Gipsy Major 200 engine.
The "teeth" in the leading edge of the wings of a Swift F.R.5 are clearly shown.
"Tooth" leading edge of the Swift F.R.Mk.5
Standard production Vickers Valiant B.Mk.1, WZ365, with long-range, underwing tanks
Valiant wingtip fuel jettison pipe.
The Fairey Jet-Gyrodyne, first "convertiplane" in the world to translate from vertical to horizontal flight.
The second prototype English Electric P.1
Second prototype English Electric P.1.
First prototype Avro Shackleton Mk. 3
The tricycle-undercarriage Avro Shackleton Mk. 3.
The Hunting Percival Jet Provost with new "short-leg" short-stroke undercarriage.
Standard production Auster A.O.P.Mk.9.
The Fairey F.D.2 in flight
The F.D.2 with "droop snoot" lowered for landing;
The Avon's orifice on the Fairey Delta 2.
A production Short Seamew.
A model of Armstrong-Whitworth's A.W.167 Jet transport project with an annular intake for five Sapphires mounted in the tail.
Hawker Hunter Trainer XJ615.
Night intruder variant of the Canberra, the B.Mk.8.
Photo-reconnaissance version the PR.Mk.9.