Timestamp: 1396940446

zerolabarre:

Admiral Sheer on 10th April 1945 (by tormentor4555)

(via pricklylegs)

Timestamp: 1396854028

mudwerks:

publicdomainthing:

Amphibious Bicycle

1932

Nationaaal Archief

every day I’m pedallin’…

Timestamp: 1396738874

timelightbox:

Washington, D.C., circa 1911. “Flights and test of Rex Smith biplane flown by Antony Jannus. The plane with Rufus R. Bermann, wireless operator, and Fred Aubert.” (Photo: Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative via Shorpy / Library of Congress)

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Timestamp: 1385938882

balnibarbi:

lord walter rothschild 1905 by Captain Geoffrey Spaulding http://flic.kr/p/dVGWwT

(via mudwerks)

Timestamp: 1385852470

thefirstchoice:

Street skiing anyone?

(via pricklylegs)

Timestamp: 1384815681

adanvc:

Group of teenagers pushing an old car. St Louis, 1944.

by Nina Leen

Timestamp: 1370934038

mudwerks:

Joseph L. Colby, built 1890, scrapped 1935, was the second whaleback built by McDougall (by amphalon)

Timestamp: 1367072110

xplanes:

“Miss Lillian Boyer, aerial acrobat” (1922, via)

Timestamp: 1341621232

bygoneamericana:

The American airship ZR-3 Los Angeles flying near the Empire State Building under construction. New York, 1930.

(Source: Flickr / nationaalarchief, via pricklylegs)

Timestamp: 1341603522