BAC TSR2 in final assembly

The British Aircraft Corporation was a cancelled Cold War strike and aerial reconnaissance aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation for the Royal Air Force in the late and.

The British Aircraft Corporation TSR-2 was a cancelled Cold War strike and reconnaissance aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) for the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

The British Aircraft Corporation TSR-2 was a cancelled Cold War strike and reconnaissance aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) for the Royal Air Force (RAF) in the late 1950s and early 1960s.

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TSR2 at Cranfield

TSR2 at Cranfield

TSR-2 (BAC - British Aircraft Corporation) Caça Bombardeiro Nuclear de Ataque Furtivo - 1960

TSR-2 (BAC - British Aircraft Corporation) Caça Bombardeiro Nuclear de Ataque Furtivo - 1960

BRITISH PROJECT CANCELLED

BRITISH PROJECT CANCELLED

BAC TSR-2. Scrapped because a Harold Wilson probably did not want to upset either the Americans or the Russians. Ordered the F11, which was cancelled, followed by F4 Phantoms.

BAC TSR-2. Scrapped because a Harold Wilson probably did not want to upset either the Americans or the Russians. Ordered the F11, which was cancelled, followed by F4 Phantoms.

TSR-2 y BAE Lightning

TSR-2 y BAE Lightning

BAC TSR-2

BAC TSR-2

British Aircraft Corporation TSR.2. by Jerry Boucher

British Aircraft Corporation TSR.2. by Jerry Boucher

Seen on the active ramp prior to being moved to the £25 million AirSpace Museum hangar. The aircraft had just been rolled out after completion of an 18 month restoration programme. The aircraft was the forth production airframe and was incomplete when the project was cancelled. It was allocated to the Cranfield Institute of Technology prior to being transferred to the Imperial War Museum.

Seen on the active ramp prior to being moved to the £25 million AirSpace Museum hangar. The aircraft had just been rolled out after completion of an 18 month restoration programme. The aircraft was the forth production airframe and was incomplete when the project was cancelled. It was allocated to the Cranfield Institute of Technology prior to being transferred to the Imperial War Museum.

“XR219, the first TSR.2 arrives at Warton, Flight 14, February 22, 1965, after going supersonic for the one and only time en route from Boscombe Down”

“XR219, the first TSR.2 arrives at Warton, Flight 14, February 22, 1965, after going supersonic for the one and only time en route from Boscombe Down”

TSR 2. A missed chance at greatness

TSR 2. A missed chance at greatness

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