CONCORDE SST

Concorde G-BOAF - Sneak Preview


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Entrance sign
The logo for the "Concorde at Filton" exhibit

The entrance to the temporary exhibition and display area
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You can't miss Alpha-Foxtrot!
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The displays chart the history of G-BOAF from her construction to final flight
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Reception desk
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The departure lounge. From here you will be called to board Concorde. A small video presentation is on a loop.
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G-BOAF on her new hardstanding
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Everyone will need to take this shot!
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The entrance to Concorde
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A special platform will go over the wing to take guests in via the mid passenger door
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The underside of the wing and intake areas were touched up prior to the aircraft moving to her temporary site
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The intakes have been fitted with plastic covers to stop birds (of the feathery variety) making the great white bird their new home
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G-BOAF on display at Filton
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G-BOAF on display at Filton
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The rear cabin, with the new lighting fully installed
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The forward cabin, looking towards the rear
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One of the mid-ship toilets. A perspex cover is in place so the toilet can be seen.
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The Concorde sign, protected from treasure hunters!
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Work has been carried out to replicate the Marilake displays on the forward cabin bulkheads ...
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... with one side showing the Mach number and the other one showing the "Welcome to Concorde" display - two excellent photo opportunities!
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Perspex covers have been fitted over key areas, such as the circuit breakers. Visitors will get as far as the end of the cockpit corridor, where another perspex door protects the cockpit.
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The Cap is still there!
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...and who is that???? ... I wonder if Les Brodie ever left after the final flight on November 26th last year!