See inside England’s North East Land Sea and Air Museum – CNET

Ongoing restoration

This Vulcan is a B.2 variant, which was a little longer, taller, and had a wider wingspan than the original B.1. It flew for the RAF from 1961 until 1983, when it was sold to the predecessor of the NELSAM for £5,000. 

Since it’s stored outside in the, let’s say “variable,” northeast English weather, it undergoes regular upkeep. You can see the scaffolding on the other side of the aircraft the restorers are using to repaint the fuselage.