Fire escape on part of the Royal Air Force Museum, Cosford, Shropshire,UK
Shapes and Patterns
Stairs Steps Staircases
The Scavenger Hunt
The ‘X’ Factor
OUTSIDE STAIRWAY – AMAZING CHALLENGE ENTERTAINMENT
A Fire Escape – #1 Favorites
Stairs, Ladders and Ramps – THE ‘X’ FACTOR
July Features Challenge – The ‘X’ Factor
Let’s Hunt for Stairs – The Scavenger Hunt
Your best image of stairs – Stairs Steps Staircases
Coverpage for a novel – Stairs Steps Staircases
UNUSUAL STAIRS AND WALKWAYS – ROADWAYS, HIGHWAYS, STAIRWAYS and BYWAYS
The building houses The National Cold War Exhibition which was opened in February 2007. The exhibition contains the museum’s V bombers (Vulcan and Victor) and other Cold War aircraft in this newly constructed 8,000m2 exhibition building designed by architects Fielden Clegg Bradley.
In the initial years of the Cold War the Royal Air Force held Britain’s nuclear deterrent through its ‘V Force’ and ‘Thor’ missiles; that deterrent was later passed to the submarines of the Royal Navy. The National Cold War Exhibition highlights the ideologies of both sides, the social history of the era, the technological achievements which evolved from the competition between East and West and the eventual dissolution of the Warsaw Pact resulting in the world we live in today.