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Originally posted by a_dying_atheist
did you land at manchester? because G-BOAC is parked in the viewing park
From the Museum Website
"Delta Golf" [G-BBDG], as she is known, has been transported to Brooklands Museum, Weybridge, [UK] where she will be reassembled and restored.
Brooklands made a vital contribution to Concorde since design work began in the late 1950s and the site's unique historical association with the type was the prime reason for the Museum's ambition to acquire an example for its aviation collection.
A greater proportion of Concorde's airframe was manufactured by the British Aircraft Corporation at Brooklands than at any other factory in Britain or France. In particular all of the forward and rear fuselages, the massive tail fins and rudders as well as many more smaller components were constructed at Weybridge
Out of interest didn't they say that one would be kept operational for the occasional fly-by?
Originally posted by Stevie_Nottm
The aircrft you saw parked on the cross runway is Concorde Alpha-Bravo (G-BOAB) which has been left there temporarily until the new terminal 5 is completed where it is considered to be a likely 'gate guardian' (BA...The world's coolest live exhibits?')