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Vulcan B2 XL318

Vulcan XL318 is preserved at the RAF Museum in Hendon, just North of London.  She is the only fully functional Vulcan to have been dismantled and transported by road then reassembled. She was moved from Scampton to Hendon during March 1982. 

The aircraft can never be moved from the museum unless she is dismantled again or unless major structure changes take place to the museum itself.

This Vulcan was the final Avro aircraft to belong to the
famous 617 squadron (The Dambusters).
Her last flight was in December 1981.



All photographs on this page copyright G. Bartlett.

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