The Concorde holds an special place in aviation´s history. It was the second civilian airliner which was able to break the sound barrier, but the only one which was successful enough (though some national pride between France and England) to be produced in quantities.
Concorde was introduced to service on January 21 1976, it was produced between 1965 and 1979 and used for regular flights only by Air France and British Airways.
Both Braniff International Airlines and Singapore Airlines leased an aircraft, and Pepsi used it for publicity purposes.
Concorde G-BOAB, serial number 208, type Concorde 102, powered by 4XRolls Royce Olympus 593 Mk. 610 engines, first flew on May 18 1976.
It saw continuous use until August 15 of the 2000
G-BOAB is currently stored at open air at Heathrow, and can be seen if your plane is taxing to take off from runway 27L, and if you´re seated on the left side on the aircraft.
Concorde location: http://twbap.com/2013/02/17/concorde-finds-a-new-home-at-london-heathrow-airport/
Thanks to @Boeing707 for the inspiration.