The noise is unbelievable, you can feel your innards vibrate, fantastic work from all those involved, especially the pilot who must have found himself just a bit worried about all the "amateur" voluntary work done to restore the A/C. Still as they say, Amateurs built the Ark, the Titanic was built by professionals.
For anyone interested in Vulcans, grab a copy of Vulcan 607 by Rowland White. Its really well written so you wont get bogged down by the technicalities. Its above a Vulcan raid during the Falklands, and the story of how they worked it all is very good.
Great to see one flying again. We used to live just down the road from Gaydon, where Victors and Vulcans flew from in my earlier days and they were always awesome to watch. Latterly we visited the Leuchars air day in about 1991, where there were aicraft and crews from all over the world. There was an American B something or other on static display, all big, black and menacing, and we saw nothing of her crew until a Vulcan started its flying display, when they all lined up along the wing with their movie cameras for an incredible display of fantastic flying, incredible noise and sheer drama.