Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad’s George Washington in Cincinnati, Ohio 1943
Silverstone 1963 . John Surtees , Ferrari 156/63.
Avianca Airlines, Colombia B727-200 —
I really like those old colours. Their latest are nice too, though
Three F-4 Phantom II aircraft from the 3rd Tactical Fighter Wing in formation during exercise Cope North ‘81, August 1981. Photo by MSGT Curt Eddings, Misawa Air Force Base.
(Submitted by Humanoid History)
Apollo 15 - Launched 43 Years ago today - Climb aboard the Lunar Rover…
This is Trench Warfare. Photo taken by an official British Photographer during WWI, c.1917
A German F-4 Phantom II of Jagdgeschwader 71 “Richthofen”. The Squadron would be the last German unit to fly the Phantom II, retiring them only in 2013.
(Collection of Dr. Stefan Petersen)
Supermarine Spitfire MK-18
"It was an out-and-out rally car, almost a no-compromise design, it wasn’t overcomplicated. They kept it nice and simple — long-travel wishbones all round, no electronic torque distribution. A fairly radical piece of equipment, but not full of ludicrous technology." - David Lapworth
Wildcat pilot warmly received at Guadalcanal.
Bendlerblock memorial plaque.
Here died for Germany on 20 July 1944
Generaloberst Ludwig Beck
General der Infanterie Friedrich Olbricht
Colonel Claus Graf Schenk von Stauffenberg
Colonel Albrecht Ritter Mertz von Quirnheim
First Lieutenant Werner von Haeften
Heading for the moon!