XM569's cockpit is reasonably complete, with only the altimeter (behind left stick) and the stand-by artificial horizon missing. After years at the Wales Aircraft Museum, the B.2 was scrapped, with the cockpit section surviving here at the Jet Age Museum.
This cockpit section is all that remains of Meteor F.3 EE425, the oldest surviving Meteor to have seen squadron service with the RAF, having served with No. 1, 63, 222 and 266 Squadrons between 1945 and 1948. Seen here in the excellent Jet Age Museum.
XH903/G Gloster Javelin FAW.9, Royal Air Force. Seen here outside the aviator restaurant at Staverton airport near Cheltenham, in the markings of 33 Squadron, this jet used to be the gate guard at RAF Innsworth, now, inside the new Jet Age Museum