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|Three Concord Airplanes in France. Concord 1 is at Paris Orly Airport. Concord 2 is at Toulouse. It looks like a testing airport of some kind due to the strange assortment of planes kind of helter skelter all over the place.||07/09/2005||2,713|
|The town hall of Toulouse at the "Place du Capitol".|
Toulouse is located at the river "Garonne" in the South-West of France.
|The main place of Toulouse close to the town hall.||10/04/2005||390|
|IKEA in the Shop Center of Roques sur Garonne near Toulouse in France||01/16/2006||408|
|The Capitole is the 18th century city hall of Toulouse and best known landmark in the city.||08/30/2005||300|
|Very popular mall just outside of Charlotte, NC. Notice the writing on the roof!||01/13/2006||287|
|I found this ages ago, but never got around to uploading it:|
Aircraft G-BOAG, Number 214, British Airways Concord:
|Puerile artwork cut into a soccer pitch near Toulouse ||01/20/2008||311|
|The cloister was completed in 1396 and the church was consecrated in 1504.||08/30/2005||263|
|Registration: F-GSTC / 3 |
No. 3 is sitting on a parking position at Toulouse Blanac.
|This is the wind tunnel at RAE Bedford (now Defence Research)where engine housings and wings were developed/tested for the Airbus. The building above with the seven cooling towers houses the Supersonic wind tunnel where Concord was developed. ||10/04/2005||342|
|Just the wings and a small part of the fuselage from the Sud SE-210 Caravelle 10B3 Super B is remaining at Blagnac.||09/12/2005||1,149|