Boarding Concorde takes pride of place at this extensive new museum dedicated to Bristol’s role in aviation history

Beside the once-thriving Filton airfield, this new museum showcases Bristol’s role in aerospace engineering over the last century. There are masses of exhibits, from the earliest planes that were produced on site, such as the Bristol Boxkite and Britain’s first twin-rotor helicopter, through to cold-war missiles and scale models of rockets and satellites. Most exciting though is the Concorde Alpha Foxtrot, assembled and tested here, and the last to be flown.

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Source: The Guardian

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