The Golden Gate Bridge opened on opening day, May 27, 1937
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Golden Gate Bridge - opening day. 1937. I love the documentary about this bridge. Apparently it's one of the most sought out places to commit suicide in the world. Very sad. Pay It Forward... When crossing a bridge that charges a toll... pay for the person behind u as well. (Trying to make our world a nicer place) - Documentary/Photo Journalism Photography
San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge opening day May 27, 1937. Photographer, unknown
THE GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE OPENED ON MAY 27, 1937 (Golden Gate Bridge District) #goldengatebridge #blackandwhitephotography #filmphotography #goldengatebridge #sanfrancisco #bridgephotography #suspension
St Pancras buttresses, functional beauty
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A detail from the newly completed St Pancras Eurostar terminal, London.| Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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St Pancras Station & The Midland Grand Hotel ~ London, England, UK
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St. Pancras station, Camden, Inner City of London, London, England, Great Britain, United Kingdom.
St. Pancras Hotel, London
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http://www.greeneratravel.com/ Cambodia Tours- St. Pancras Hotel, London, England, GB *dream hotel for the London leg of my vacation!*
Victorian interior stairways.
St. Pancras - London, England | Incredible Pictures Omg it's like a staircase at hogwarts! | #London #Travel
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"People, even more than things, have to be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; never throw out anyone." Audrey Hepburn Audrey Hepburn in New York City | 1967
Audrey Hepburn - one of my style icons! I love her hair in this, but could have easily pinned it in my "Look Book" too.
Audrey Hepburn - love this casual Audrey! never seen this photo before. Love her hair!!
Audrey Hepburn - love this casual Audrey! never seen this photo before. Talk about style! #audreyhepburn #divas
My dad says i should donate my hair, if i did maybe i should go for shomething like this- Get Inspired / Audrey Hepburn
Haddon Hall, Derbyshire
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Fortified medieval manor house. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire
Real Tudor English Country House, dating back to the 12th century. Photo by Kev Bailey. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire, UK
Tudor English country house, dating back to the 12th century. Haddon Hall, Derbyshire. Doorways and windows are so tiny.
No 4: Bach's Signature: Read the one note from four directions, starting from the left, clockwise. Using three distinct clefs and two key signatures, the single note alternately reads "B", "A", "C", "H". In German notation, "B" is the designation for B-flat, and "H" the designation for B-natural. www.cmuse.org
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" COFFEE THE MOST PRECIOUS OF ALL BLISSES" Musical Signature of Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach signature
Bach's signature... Always a potential tattoo idea...
singitlikeitis: Bach’s Signature: Read the one note from four directions, starting from the left, clockwise. Using three distinct clefs and two key signatures, the single not e alternately reads “B”, “A”, “C”, “H”. In German notation, “B” is the designation for B-flat, and “H” the designation for B-natural.
Rates of Travel 1830 / click through to see 1800, 1857, 1930
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Rates of Travel 1930...About 30 years later, in 1830, train travel in the U.S. was almost twice as fast (a huge improvement!), but still quite slow by modern standards. Rather than taking two weeks, going to Georgia or Ohio from New York City took one week, and in two you could get to the state borders of Louisiana, Arkansas and Illinois. Getting to Minnesota would have taken about five weeks!
rates of travel, 1830, after the first American steam engine train "Tom Thumb." From the Atlantic, "A Mapped History of Taking a Train Across the United States."
1 | These Old Maps Show That America's Rail System Hasn't Improved In Almost A Century | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation Sad, but true. Why have we not advanced??
Railroad Travel Rates, 1800-1930
The first steam engine railway travel took place 209 years ago today. Here, the story of how the Civil War impeded, and then accelerated, the progress of America's trains.
Score sheet of ‘Moonlight Sonata’: Ludwig van Beethoven
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The Undercroft: Lincoln's Inn This beautiful undercroft is beneath the Lincoln's Inn Chapel, The floor is made up of grave slabs. Grade I listed. Undercroft with Gothic four-centred arches, lierne-vaults and Tuscan demi-columns attached to the piers.
The Hindenburg being built. It was designed and built by the Zeppelin Company, in Friedrichshafen, Germany and was operated by the German Zeppelin Airline Company. The airship flew from March 1936 until destroyed by fire 14 months later on May 6, 1937, at the end of the first North American transatlantic journey of its second season of service. Thirty-six people died in the accident, which occurred while landing at Lakehurst Naval Air Station in New Jersey. 1936
Hindenburg being built.
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1932: Akron, Ohio: The USS Macon Airship is pictured under construction in the Goodyear Airdock. Produced by the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation, the airship was used by the United States Navy (scouting and launching) for less than two years before the vessel was damaged during a storm in 1935.
@History In Pics: Zeppelin under construction, circa. 1935
Zeppelin Construction Ladders - David Keyes, 1935. Photography
We have a ladder this tall that is perched against the house for emergency exit for attic apt. and it reaches up 3 + stories. Someone was just climbing on it at 3 am as it goes near my window + porch. The USS Macon zeppelin under construction. via RADDblog
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Britain has invaded all but 22 countries in the world in its long and colourful history, new research has found.
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22countries Britain has not invaded
The only 22 countries Britain has never invaded...may it forever stay that way. In other words may our invading history stay behind us.
World map of countries England has not invaded Of the 196 countries of the world today, there are only 22 of them that Britain has not invaded, though only 21 appear on this map (suspiciously absent is the island nation of Sao Tome and Principe). Why not start invading the others ;D
Britain has invaded all but 22 countries in the world in its long and colourful history, new research has found. world map, guatemala, mongolia, sweden, andorra
City of the Future from The Wonderful World, The Adventure of the Earth We Live On, 1954. Illustrations by Kempster & Evans.
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City of the Future from The Wonderful World, The Adventure of the Earth We Live On, 1954. Illus by Kempster & Evans #illustration #future #architecture #city #traffic #urban #design
scifi vintage illustration City of the Future from The Wonderful World / 1954
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"declassified documents show that the US Air Force was working on, and perhaps had already built, a supersonic flying saucer in 1956"
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US Air Forces > Avro Project 1794 flying saucer cutaway in the 1950s
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Do these images look familiar? They should. It’s a UFO. But not from outer space. These are real plans from real scientists back in the 50s. The Aeronautical Systems Division (USAF) recently released these images for a project worked on in 1956. The flying craft was known as Project 1794 and was designed to reach a top speed of Mach 4, take of and land vertically, and cover a range of over 1,000 nautical miles. This was meant to be the future of flight.
Liberty looms over Paris, 1884. Agence Papyrus
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Statue of Liberty being built in Paris 1880
A gift from France, America's most famous immigrant, The Statue of Liberty was constructed in Paris starting in 1883, then taken apart and shipped to America in pieces. Here she towers over Paris rooftops in 1884. Vital Stat: Lady Liberty stands 111'1" from heelto top of head, in flats of course.
The Statue of Liberty, in 1884, surrounded by scaffolding as workers complete the final stages of construction in Paris, France.
Waste not, want not.
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Waste Not - Want Not : Prepare for Winter "Winter is coming"
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More food storage. Go go canning Grandma!
"'The Complete Guide to Home Canning' FREE Downloadable .pdf: http://buelahman.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/complete-guide-to-home-canning.pdf "
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Doctor Who sheet music! If only I still knew how to play the piano....
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The Jiangyou Figure Hill Temple. Simple iron chain bridge, China, 1930s
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Jiangyou Figure Hill Temple. China 1930
Jiangyou Figure Hill Temple. Simple iron chain bridge, China, 1930s.
I have this as a tattoo on my wrist. Charles Darwin. Tree of Life : A reproduction of the first-known sketch of an evolutionary tree describing the relationships among groups of organisms. (via Syndics of Cambridge University Library)
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American Museum of Natural History / NYC. By martinturner on flickr
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The national history museum London
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Natural History Museum, London, England photo's VISION ABOUT STAIR
Stairs, Natural History Museum, London photo via mirror. One of my fav places in my old hometown!
"MJ: Did the cast know you were gay? GT: Most of them knew, but they were cool. They knew what impact it could have on an actor's career. Once I was at work chatting with Walter Koenig, who played Pavel Chekov, and he started gesturing at a group of young extras who were dressed in the Starfleet shirt. There was a gorgeous young guy...and that's when I knew that Walter knew. I turned back to him and he was grinning. He was helping me out! Bill was oblivious."
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Character biography Hikaru Sulu
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Hikaru Sulu is a character in the Star Trek media franchise. Portrayed by George Takei in the original Star Trek series, Sulu also appears in the animated Star Trek series, the first six Star Trek movies, one episode of Star Trek: Voyager, and in numerous books, comics, and video games. John Cho assumed the role of the character in both the 2009 film Star Trek and its sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness.
Spiral staircase of the Château de Blois / Loire Valley, France.