Viewed across an empty long term car park are the last of the Britannia 102's G-ANBE and G-ANBL with their Britannia Airways titles painted out.
In those days the graveyard area was not fenced off from the road so you could wander at leisure around the residents. Here is another view of Britannia's G-ANBL and G-ANBE before they were finally cut up in July 1972.
Prototype Handley Page Jetstream G-ATXJ behind the MacAlpine hangar.
The B25 Film Camera ship N7614C behind the MacAlpine Hangar before it was finally evicted to make way for MacAlpine's second hangar.
Not resident but wedged in between the Monarch and Britannia Brit's is Dan Air's HS748 G-AXVG
And so as the HA Van rattles it's way into the sunset we say goodbye to Roger and Reggie till next time.