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|Aircraft production began on the Filton site in 1910, and continued with construction of aircraft such as the Bristol Brabazon, Bristol Britannia and famously Concorde. It now contains the UK headquarters of Airbus as well as the Rolls-Royce aircraft engine factory and BAE Systems. Also on site is the Concorde at Filton museum.||01/23/2006||510|
|The Concorde G-BOAC at Manchester airport. Tours of it are available, and a few nice pictures can be seen here:|
|Here you can see where the remaining 19 of 20 Concorde planes are on display at museums or airports with links.|
One Concorde (F-BTSC, Air France Flight 4590) crashed shortly after take off from Paris CDG July 25. 2000.
|The place where the Concorde crashed onto the ground near Gonesse, France.||08/15/2005||3,314|
|The Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde aircraft was a supersonic passenger airliner or supersonic transport (SST). It was a product of an Anglo-French government treaty, combining the manufacturing efforts of Aérospatiale and British Aircraft Corporation. With only 20 aircraft ultimately built, the costly development phase represented a substantial economic loss. Additionally, Air France and British Air...||12/15/2008||1,062|
|A highway leading to Orly Airport of Paris, France built in a way to resemble a CONCORDE; the pride of both Great Britain and France.||10/15/2005||382|
|An old Canberra T17 now junked at Filton (airbase). Pictures, info, and link inside.||11/23/2006||401|
|In this file you can see the the survived 7 Russian Tupolev TU-144 (Konkordski) visible in GE with a link showing the plane.|
Two planes are maybe stored in a hangar at the VASO plant in Voronezh where it was built. A total of 16 were built.
The Tupolev Tu-144 (NATO name: "Charger'") was the first commercial supersonic transport aircraft (SST). It was one of only tw...
|The Place de la Concorde is the largest public square in Paris. Situated along the Seine in the 8th arrondissement, it separates the Tuileries Gardens from the beginning of the boulevard Champs-Elysées. (see map) Originally named Place Louis XV, the square was designed by Jacques-Ange Gabriel, Louis XV's architect, for the purpose of showcasing an equestrian statue of the King — which had been ...||06/08/2006||348|
|Today they are out of service, but here are 2 of them at the gates.||12/04/2005||1,498|
|I found this ages ago, but never got around to uploading it:|
Aircraft G-BOAG, Number 214, British Airways Concord:
|There was another version of the Obelisque in Paris but it was not matching GE after the great update on the City satelite view.|
23m high, 1.75m wide at the base and gold leaves covering the top pyramid.