A Mirage nuclear bomber is making its journey from France to the Yorkshire Air Museum to add to its collection of European cold War Jets.
The 77ft long and 39ft wide Mirage is travelling by road and sea from Paris and it will take four days to get to Elvington. It will be the only Mirage 4 on display in Britain.
It is the first time the French Government have released a Mirage IV to an independent museum anywhere and the first outside of France.
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