What is on the net is not always acurate. If you follow these two links you will find a outline history of Bloodhound and Thunderbird and details of deployment in the UK and worldwide.
The following images are available thanks to Norman Murphy. To download the full size images from this server please click on the thumbnail images.
Bloodhound II , 113 kB (UK foreground, Swiss, part assembled, background)
Bloodhound II , 45 kB
Bloodhound II , 69 kB (the small object centre right is a ram jet intake cover)
Bloodhound II Woomera, 47 kB
Bloodhound II Alnwickhill, Edinburgh, 98 kB
BAC Thunderbird II Brochure
Another vintage UK missile was the Seaslug, from Simon Jenkins
Please follow the links to see the full size images at the original sites. Starting with what are a couple of the best sites:
Chris Gibson Has a superb collection of information
Richard Vernon CLOSED ? is building a very good Bloudhound II site.
Bloodhound II at the Phantom JetCLOSED ? Archive
Bloodhound II at the Britishforces.comCLOSED ?.
Bloodhound II From David FarrantCLOSED ?
Bloodhound I at the V Force museum CLOSED ?
Bloodhound II at the 25 Squadron CLOSED ?Association
Bloodhound II & T86 Radar at Flygvapenmuseum CLOSED ?, Sweden
More detail from the FlygvapenmuseumCLOSED ? by Robert Ludin.
Bloodhound II at the Bristol Aero Collection
Bloodhound I impacting a CanberraCLOSED ?, from D Foster
Bloodhound "I" at DuxfordCLOSED ? museum.
Bloodhound under a BelvedereCLOSED ?
Bloodhound II 1:32 model from FlightpathCLOSED ?
Swiss Bloodhound images from Karl Baer CLOSED ?- some excellent pictures.
more Swiss family images from Marcel Baer CLOSED ?- again, excellent pictures.
Bloodhound images from a Swiss Military History CLOSED ?site.
Much of the UK missile testing in the 1960's took place near Woomera. There are a couple of sites, one about the town CLOSED ?and missile park by Darren Carruthers and another about the WoomeraCLOSED ? satellite launching.
Happily Bloodhound was never fired in anger and the most common target was the unmanned Jindivik. The intention was a programmed near miss but the result was occasionally a direct impact. Please follow the links to see the full size images at the original sites.
Gib's sites has a complete Jindivik flight sequence from Australia CLOSED ?
Andy Evans has described the UKCLOSED ? end of things at Llanbedr and Aberporth.