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    Planes, Trains & Automobiles Photos of the most popular forms of transportation in recent history including planes, trains, cars, ships and more.

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    We think modern car accidents are a mess! This Library of Congress photo from 1923 is labeled as being "Assistant P.M.S. Barlett's car". I don't know who Bartlett was, but I hope he wasn't driving! Original post: www.ancientfaces....

    What an automobile! The Crossan family out for a drive with the family dog taken outside their home on the Thames River, London circa 1930. Original: www.ancientfaces....

    Now on display: The carriage that transported President Lincoln, Mary Todd Lincoln, and their guests to Ford's Theatre on April 14, 1865. They saw a performance of "Our American Cousin." That evening, John Wilkes Booth assassinated the president. The carriage is on view in conjunction an exhibition at nearby Ford’s Theatre, "Silent Witnesses: Artifacts of the Lincoln Assassination."


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    Poor little Edwin Ekleberry had two broken legs after a car ran him down. Strong boy though - look at the expression on his face! Remember, back then cars were made out of steel :( More: www.ancientfaces....

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    ♂ Blue car Mercedes 300 SL #cars #wheels


    Driveable Glitz.

    The Great Race de Dion Car. From New York to Paris in 1908.

    Funky Bug

    Carol David Maloff modeling on top of her Plymouth in San Clemente, CA 1958. Does anyone recognize the model - is it a Plymouth Savoy? www.ancientfaces....

    Black American toddler. Where, when, who? "Little African American black girl"

    Audi R8 Spyder

    Great snapshot of an Indian motorcycle with side car taken sometime around the 1920's in New Mexico. More: www.ancientfaces....


    Odessa Milinery - January, 1913

    This is one cool photo! Julian Skelton, President of the Rome Shrine Club and member of the motor corps., on top of his Harley Davidson. Original: www.ancientfaces....

    I love the pose! Arthur Andersen (1899-1967) showing off his brand new 1924 Ford. Original: www.ancientfaces....