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135 Vulcan B.1 & B.2s were built on top of the two prototypes. One XM596 was not completed as it was a Structural Test Specimen. Two are represented at the Museum.

In the Museum grounds Vulcan XM603 has been restored externally, with full weather protection including a repaint. On the days the Museum is open it will be available for close up external viewing. The restoration process is now focussed on the interior flight deck which donated a lot of equipment to XM602. The flight deck will not be accessible on normal Museum public days.

Inside the Museum the nose section from XM602 has been restored and is accessible to the public for a small fee.

For a full list of Vulcan production visit

For a 360 view of a Vulcan flightdeck visit Ken Mcbride/National Museum of Flight, East Fortune

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