AA Meteor, yes, please! But which one?
You need an F1 to tip over those V1's. The F3 was the common early version (see photo - I think), whilst the F8 had shorter span wings. What about an NF14 or trainer with the long nose and rather dated looking canopy?
About your Duxford photos. I knows it well, its my local air museum! The hanger is nearly as interesting as the Meteor. It was built in 1915 and has a wooden truss girder roof structure.
Next door is the American Air force museum, which is kind of a up-turned pudding basin of a building with a segment of the basin cut off and glazed in on the airfield side. The rest of the basin/building is kind of sunken down into the ground and grassed over so you can hardly see it from the road side. Not bad considering its go a B52 inside plus just about every other USA plane to serve in Europe from 1915 -2000., including a DC3 hanging from the roof!
The main Duxford hanger is currently being rebuilt and all the bigger planes are outside for the summer.