The Gloster Aircraft Company celebrated a “decade of achievement” in 1951 by taking out an advertisement featuring an illustration of a model on a stand showing the Gloster Whittle E-28 in flight.
In 1946, the first prototype (serial W4041) was placed in the Science Museum in London, where it is exhibited in the Flight Gallery.
Gloster Meteor aircraft in speedy flight.
September 1941 Jet propulsion of aircraft II
September 1941 Possibilities of jet propulsion
October 1941 Jet propulsion of aircraft
January 1944 A Great British Achievement
February 1946 Turbines for Aircraft
May 1951 Turbine decade