This Canberra PR9 was retired from the RAF when she flew (with two others) into Kemble 31st July 2006. She still wears the light grey ARTF camouflage from her lastoperational deployment when in RAF service.
A shot of Victor K2 XL231 kept at Elvington. This is just an example of what people will be able to produce from the night shoot being held on 21st March 2009, details of which are on the museum website.
Wearing a covering of snow Teasin Tina is seen as the sun sets in the distance. XM715 was originally built as a B2 but later became the ninth Victor to be converted to the K2 tanker role and delivered to RAF Marham where she finished her days with 55 Sqn
Teasin Tina is seen as she stands at Bruntingthorpe forming part of the Cold War Jets collection. She is kept in taxiable condition and can regularly be seen performing taxi runs at open days. Sadly she is one of only two such "live" examples of Victor.
An unusal vistor to RAF Coningsby was this 78 Sqn Merlin HC3A. This was one of a batch of Merlins destined for the Danish air force but diverted to the RAF, also the first image of this aircraft to Airfighters.