Concorde 

This page contains information about Concorde, and the photos from G-AXDN

This is the Concorde autopilot system and contains numerous switches and buttons; for example, INS/RAD (top left) enables either Radio navigation or INS the inertial navigation computer, which required programming at each coordinate prior to takeoff.  The autopilot system would couple with this and fly automatically.  Mach Hold, holds the MACH number at which the aircraft flys.  IAS HOLD, this is the Indicated airspeed hold.  IAS ACQ, indicated airspeed acquire.  

Engine gauges.  Four in total as Concorde has four engines

Air intake ramps for the Olympus 593 engines 

Concorde thrust levers, INS, radio coms, parking brake, and reheats 

Nose and visor lever, the nose on concorde would be moved up for supersonic flight and streamline the aircraft, the nose and visor would be lowered for taxiing so the crew could see the ground.

Right and Left-hand fuses at the backend of the cockpit

Concorde, and the Delta Wing

Concorde inflight

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