Scottish Museum of Flight, East Fortune
The Museum is housed at East Fortune airfield from where the R34 made the first return flight of any aircraft across the Atlantic when it departed from here in July 1919. 
BAC Concorde G-BOAA the first Concorde registered to British Airways.  By the time the Concordes entered service BOAC had become British Airways and hence G-BOAC never flew in the livery of the British Overseas Airways Corporation - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Unfortunately while Concorde (above) is complete, only the fuselage of the BOAC Boeing 707 (right) exists - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Flight deck comparison - Concorde (above) and Boeing 707 (right) - - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Royal Navy Harrier (above) and Panavia Tornado (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
SEPECAT Jaguar (above) and English Electric (BAC) Lightning (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Messerschmitt Me 163 Komet (above) and Supermarine Spitfire (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
McDonnell Douglas Phantom of US Marine Corps (above) and Letov S103 (Czechoslovak built MIG 15) (right) - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Avro Vulcan B2 which diverted to Brazil during the Falklands War of 1982;  the Brazilian flag is just discernable on the nose - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
The Vulcan is stored outside and is, unfortunately, showing signs of deterioration.  The aircraft was flown in to East Fortune which is a listed site and still looks much like an RAF air station of the Second World War.  This apparently imposes severe restrictions on the Museum as regards the alteration of any of the buildings and seems to disallow the erection of new ones - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Avro Vulcan XH558 Avro Vulcan XH558
Preserved Avro Vulcan G-VLCN (XH 558) at Leuchars Air Day, 10 September 2011.  Although never based at RAF Leuchars they were often seen there during the 1970s - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow
Avro Vulcan XH558 Avro Vulcan XH558
Undercarriage down and air brakes extended as the only flyable Vulcan approaches Leuchars Runway 09 for a planned overshoot before heading off to the south - PHOTOs Malcolm McCrow

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