I am modeling a Meteor right now. I thought the canopy braces were too thick. They looked off to my eye. My WWII references weren't too clear. I knew where to go. My eye was wrong. Thank you for your clear precise photos, not to mention you extensive knowledge of fine aircraft.
She thankfully isn't the last. There are five Meteors flying in the world today. Four of them in the UK and one in Australia. Two of those machines are actually still working for a living as part of the Martin Baker company. They are modified to test ejection seats. The other one in the UK belongs to the same museum as this example in my photograph, the Classic Flight. Their other example is actually one of the later variants built by Armstrong Whitworth though. [link]
The one down in Australia is a F.8 variant and is based at Temora in Austalia. I once had the fortune to see it fly back when she was still in the UK.