This Gloster Javelin FAW.1 (XA564) is in the National Cold War Exhibition at RAF Museum Cosford. That hanger is a bit of a curse for photographers because it is too loaded. The "less is more" idea would be useful I think.
The Sanders-Roe SR.53 was an interceptor and used a rocket motor to climb to high altitudes. When it was at altitude it used a second Armstrong-Siddeley Viper jet engine, allowing it to remain at altitude. Only 2 were build.
The Fairey Delta 2 (FD.2) was a single-seat, delta-winged aircraft designed for investigation into flight and control at transonic and supersonic speeds. Powered by a Rolls-Royce Avon engine with an afterburner. This aircraft is the second of only two.
The Folland Gnat F.1 was a single seat lightweight fighter exported to Finland, India and Yugoslavia. Only 50 were built by Folland. The Ilmavoimat received 13 Gnats. It was soon found to be a problematic aircraft requiring a lot of ground maintenance.
The Textron AirLand Scorpion prototype leaving the RIAT 2014. The Scorpion demonstrator is a tandem-seat twin engine jet aircraft with an all-composite fuselage designed for light attack and intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance missions.
While I was visiting 162nd FW this Hercules made a T&G. Although it looks standard it's a Lockheed TC-130H Hercules (65-0962) of the 55th Electronic Combat Group / 42nd Electronic Combat sqn used to train the EC-130H COMPASS CALL crews.
The EMB-145I is the 2nd of three prototypes which are developed by the Indian Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO). Based on the EMB-145XR it was on the delivery flight from Brazil when it made a stop at the Bahrain International Air Show.