A century of flight came to an end at Filton Airfield today. The airstrip north of Bristol is regarded by many as the birthplace of British aviation.
It is famous for producing Concorde - the world's first supersonic passenger plane.
But over the decades workers at Filton also created world war bombers and giant airliners, making the city one of the most important aeronautical centres in the country.
Robert Murphy reports:
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