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    Hot Air Balloon!!

    P-47 Thunderbolt Powered by an air cooled Pratt Whitney radial engine, armed with eight .50 caliber machine guns, with a sturdy air frame that survive hitting steel flag poles and still safely land, the safely land, The Thunder Bolt was a bulky, homely beast that guarded the skys and prused ground targets.

    AWESOME!!

    “The Hughes H-4 Hercules (“Spruce Goose”) made its only flight on November 2, 1947. Built from wood because of wartime restrictions, it was nicknamed the “Spruce Goose” by critics, despite being made almost entirely of birch. It is the largest flying boat ever built, and has the largest wingspan of any aircraft in history.

    A-10 "Warthog"

    Tornado

    1:72 Luft '46 - "Red 3" Focke Wulf Fighter with BMW 803 engine (kitbashing/scratch-built) - Top view, via Flickr.

    OV-1 Mohawk

    Mustang

    German Taube aircraft.

    Sea Dart

    I love old fashioned things :)

    V&T Survivor: McKeen Motor Car #22. In an effort to cut costs and reduce the need for steam-powered passenger trains, the Virginia & Truckee purchased a 70 foot long McKeen Motor Car in 1910. Looking more like an antique boat than a railcar, and powered by a 200 hp gasoline-burning engine, this machine could carry 54 passengers as well as some baggage. Although it was originally envisioned for use on the Virginia City line, one trip up the hill proved that she was unsuitable for the tight...

    This is the Equator . . .it was once sailed by Robert Louis Stevenson. Now abandoned in Everett, Washington.

    I start thinking what's inside...

    Barge Cruising on the Canals of France

    Undersea Photos of the Titanic Wreckage

    the ultimate floating island!

    "Sir Nigel", old steam train in UK by Neil Cherry...... ooh, I touched this engine as it passed me as a young apprentice very slowly on a curve :-)

    johnny-escobar: 'Archimedes' in the Corinth Canal, Greece | JE

    The Richard Dreyfuss-designed generation of 20th Century Limited trains, operated by the New York Central Railroad between 1938 and the end of WWII

    Airship