1 of 10 This is the second set of the best Concorde images sent in by our users. Garry Chiles took the above: "Concorde take-off, Birmingham, 20 October 2003."
2 of 10 Roy Mason: "Filton in 1968 when Concorde was being built. Through a mutual friend I knew one of the senior engineers who gave permission for myself and another amateur photographer to take some pictures."
3 of 10 Roy Pontin: "This picture was taken at RAF Fairford during the initial flight tests when spectators were allowed in when Concorde was flying."
4 of 10 Dafydd Hughes: "London to New York, December 2002."
5 of 10 Dan Kuhn: "The WT White High School Band pictured was on hand for the ceremony inaugurating a Concorde service to Dallas Fort Worth airport in 1979. We (the members of the band) were given these pictures as a souvenir."
6 of 10 Simon Cooper: "I took this picture as Concorde came in to land at Heathrow. It is an amazing sight and we will be sorry to see it go."
7 of 10 Clem Evans: "An obviously sentimental Concorde crew taking a final picture on a Concorde wing. I took them in the passenger lounge of JFK in August of this year."
8 of 10 Stephen Daniels: "She was about to be towed from the BA engineering base at Heathrow across a public road. She stopped to pose for a few minutes as the tow-people awaited the police escort. You can see them casually reading their paper in the tow-truck."
9 of 10 Andrew Walker: "Captain Ron Weidner (on the left) reflects on his own final Concorde flight, BA 0002 sitting on the tarmac at Heathrow."
10 of 10 Roger Phillips: "The poles are the last of the runway lights. I only got one shot and this is it. The whole experience was very exhilarating as the noise was incredible - I was less than 100 feet below the Concorde as it went over."