Aviation Photo #0979918: BAC TSR-2 - UK - Air Force
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. - Photo taken at Duxford (EGSU) in England, United Kingdom on December 16, 2005.
British Aircraft Corporation TSR2 - History
Cold War British military aircraft, including history, surviving airframes, profile drawings, photos, walkarounds, links, references. Also viewing guides for UK airfields and the Test Flying Memorial
The TSR-2 was a strike and reconnaissance aircraft developed by the British Aircraft Corporation for the RAF in the late 1950s and early 1960s. 23 were built (including 2 static/fatigue test airframes, not all were completed, only 1 flew). Only two incomplete examples survived the hasty destruction that followed the politically motivated project cancellation.
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BAC TSR-2: The Untold Story - Full Documentary
TSR-2: The Untold Story is a fascinating documentary about an aircraft that almost no one outside the world of aviation-history-geekage has heard of. It