This is verbatim from The Concorde Story: 21 years in service
by Captain Christopher Orlebar:
In October 1978 the jigs used to manufacture Concorde were removed from the Brabazon Hangars at Filton for storage at Wroughton, near Swindon in Wiltshire, against the possibility that there might be a demand for more Concordes. However, the French had, by December 1977, not only removed but disposed of their jigs; with their capability gone further production of Concordes would have been an extra expense. On 31 December 1980 it was announced that the production phase of Concorde had ended, but it was not until October 1981 that disposal to scrap merchants of the stored British jigs began.
This is not to say that it could be resurrected (no mention of plans being destroyed as was widely publicized for NASA's Apollo program). Will current Concordes fly again? Who knows...perhaps if our President wants to use them to find WMD in Iraq, then maybe
In anycase, I hope we'll see another SST but I'm not sure it'll be in my lifetime. Concorde was truly an historic achievement.
[Edited 2004-03-18 19:12:58]
You land a million planes safely, then you have one little mid-air and you never hear the end of it - Pushing Tin