|Looking front on to the Nose gear, and the cables securing the aircraft on the museum site||The Gear is "production spec" but the spray guards has been removed, although part of their support structure remains|
|Visible in this picture, running horizontally, is the hydraulic steering jack and the oleg strut and torque links||
The front gear and landing lights are visible here on the main doors
These deploy through 90 degrees when required.
|Another view from the front and side of the nose gear assembly||The right hand main gear|
|Looking from the rear at the main right hand gear||
Rotated through 180 degrees this is the front of the gear.
The water deflector is not fitted, although the mounting point is visible
|The aircraft does not actually rest on the tyres, but through metal mounts to the gear legs between the bogies||
A close up of one of the Kebbler tyres that were fitted to the development aircraft.
Inside the wheel rims are special fans to cool the carbon brakes..another first for Concorde
|The left main gear with the telescopic retraction strut and downlock||Another view of the left main gear, with the drag strut visible at an angle from the main leg.|
|The main gear bay. The larger circumference area at the top of the strut in the foreground is the downlock||Another view of the gear bay and its associated systems|