Various models of Concorde were built, both during the construction part of the project and as marketing items.
Click on the model pictures for further details and available pictures

Heathrow Entrance Model

Brooklands Museum Gate Guardian

40% scale model of Concorde in British Airways livery, originally situated on the roundabout at the entrance to the Heathrow terminals 1, 2 and 3 tunnel

The Model was relocated to Brooklands Museum in 2007

The model has the 'registration' of G-CONC

1967 Concorde Mock-Up

This was a full-size wooden Concorde mock-up, first displayed at the 27th Paris Air Show. Afterwards it was moved to Orly Airport where it could be visited by the public, until it was set alight and destroyed some years later by vandals.

Times Square Model

This model was mounted on the corner of a building in New York's Times Square and was used as a PR device by British Airways to promote the benefits of Concorde travel and the airline in general.

German Aviation Museum Model

This is a full-size size replica model of Concorde that is on display at the Aviation Museum in Hermeskeil, near Trier, Western Germany. It is used as the museum's café.

Do you know of or have pictures of any other Concorde models that were built?
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