Air France Concorde 1986
|Air France Concorde Crowds
||2nd August 1986
|N105 + N106 & C198 which was donated by Sam Skinner
Top: Crowds of people on Cemetery Road waiting for the arrival of Concorde at
Leeds Bradford Airport.
The first flight in was made by Air France to/from
Charles De Gaulle Airport, Paris, all other flights were made by British Airways
operating to/from London Heathrow with some local short pleasure trips flying
super-sonic over the North Sea.
Middle: An excited group watching from a good vantage point on Cemetery Road to see
Concorde fly into Leeds Bradford Airport.
The man standing at the Cemetery gate
on the left was Alfred Hudson of Milton Terrace, Yeadon.
supersonic aircraft Concorde is flying over "Caraland", this was a caravan sales
which was situated at the junction of Victoria Avenue (Harrogate Road) and
It is now the site of Stoops Premier Inn (June 2014).
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