Outward Bound by Stephen Brown

The last of the famous delta-winged V bombers, the Vulcan was introduced to provide Britain with an effective nuclear deterrent during the Cold War. Moving into a conventional arms role the Vulcan was blooded in 1982 during the Falklands War. Finally it was employed as part of Strike Command's air refuelling tanker fleet; completing nearly three decades of exceptional service. XH558 was the first Vulcan B.2 to be delivered to the RAF and was the last to retire from service. It went on to thrill spectators for several years at air displays. For the last few years it has been the subject of massive restoration project which has finally succeeded in getting it flying again.

95 Limited Edition - signed by the artist only
20 Artist Proofs - one pilot signature - SOLD OUT

All prints are signed and numbered by the artist, the Artist Proofs are additionally signed by distinguished Vulcan pilot:
Flight Lieutenant Don Briggs DFC
During World War Two Don flew 62 ops as Flight Engineer on Lancasters of 156 Pathfinder Squadron. After the war he qualified as a pilot and flew all three types of V-Bomber operationally including the famous Vulcan XH558. He flew the mission that dropped the third and last Atom Bomb on Christmas Island. In a long and distinguished career Don flew 49 of the 89 Vulcan B2s that entered service.

This print can be supplied mounted or mounted and framed, please contact us for details.


Stephen Brown


24 x 15 inches overall including borders.

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