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002 At Filton

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12th September 1968: The second Anglo-French supersonic airliner, Concorde 002, rolls out of the British Aircraft Corporation's assembly line at Filton, Bristol, where it was constructed. 002 is identical to Concorde 001, which was assembled in France, containing the same French and British built parts. The plane is expected to be in service by late 1971. (Photo by Mike McLaren/Central Press/Getty Images)
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12th September 1968: The second Anglo-French supersonic airliner, Concorde 002, rolls out of the British Aircraft Corporation's assembly line at Filton, Bristol, where it was constructed. 002 is identical to Concorde 001, which was assembled in France, containing the same French and British built parts. The plane is expected to be in service by late 1971. (Photo by Mike McLaren/Central Press/Getty Images)
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September 12, 1968
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