World Aviation Museums.  >>  Toronto Aerospace Museum.

This is a cockpit mock-up for a "Voodoo" interceptor. It was used to familiarize future Voodoo pilots with the cockpit layout, position of switches and emergency procedures.
   The CF-101 Voodoos were used by the RCAF (Royal Canadian Air Force) from 1961 to 1984 as part of the air defence network against potential attacks by Russian long-range bombers.
   You may sit in this display and flip switches, etc. (Please use the steps on the far side). Children may also enter this display if supervised by adults.
   Photo from Strannik.