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For almost 30 years, anyone who could afford the ticket could shoot across the globe at twice the speed of sound. How? By flying on Concorde, the world’s only supersonic passenger aeroplane!
After winning a competition, Steph travelled to Lapland on Concorde when she was only four years old. The National Museum of Flight is home to Scotland's only Concorde and we filmed Steph there as she recalled the incredible experience. Watch the video below and keep an eye out for some excellent 1990s fashion moments!
Take a look at some of the souvenirs Steph has treasured since her trip to Lapland on Concorde and see some of the photos of her visit.
Steph's most prized possession from her trip, a wee Concorde model.
Steph's Concorde Flight Certificate.
The menu on board Concorde, including Bucks Fizz, Fruit Appetizer and Eggs and Bacon.
Concorde luggage tags from Steph's trip.
A small leather purse Steph got from Father Christmas during her visit.
The wee pin Steph got during her visit, also from Father Christmas.
The certificate showing Steph crossed the Arctic Circle.
Steph on board Concorde. The screen on the far left shows that the plane has hit its top speed of Mach 2 and is flying at 55,000 feet!
Steph in the snow in Lapland with her friend.
Steph on Father Christmas's lap.
Steph with Father Christmas and elves, being interviewed by a representative from British Airways.