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Zeppelin Airship flying over Lindau Germany, 1930s   Photographer: Mauch, Oberstaufen, Germany

Zeppelin Airship flying over Lindau Germany, Photographer: Mauch…

The nose piece of the R101 airship under construction at the Royal Airship Works at Cardington, Bedfordshire, England - 17 May 1929

The nose piece of the airship under construction at the Royal Airship Works at Cardington, Bedfordshire, England - 17 May 1929

LZ129 "Hindenburg" flying above Cologne, my hometown

"Hindenburg" flying above Cologne, my hometown

Just one catch: No smoking Passengers lounge in the grand salon of the

The Graf Zeppelin over Plaça  de Catalunya, Barcelona 1929. Probably a fake of that time, zeppelins were in fashion and postcard makers added zeppelins to the sky. In this case the dirigible is too low to be safe over  a built area.

The Graf Zeppelin over Plaça de Catalunya, Barcelona Probably a fake of that time, zeppelins were in fashion and postcard makers added zeppelins to the sky. In this case the dirigible is too low to be safe over a built area.

USS Shenandoah (ZR-1)    Leaving the airship hangar at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey. Probably photographed when she left the hangar for the first time, on 4 September 1923.    U.S. Naval Historical Center Photograph

USS Shenandoah Leaving the airship hangar at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey. Probably photographed when she left the hangar for the first time, on 4 September U.

Lounge of the British airship R-101

Lounge of the British airship short life, and not a very happy one.

R-101 deck plan

I would have memorized this before going under cover: Cutaway view of the British airship illustrating the cabins and dining area. One never knows when one might need to access the ventilating trunk for a quick (and invisible) retreat.

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