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Zeppelin on the Bodensee

When Airships Ruled the Skies: The Zeppelin Airship, approaching its hangar in 1908 on the Bodensee in Germany

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laljipota: “Outstanding steampunk oil paintings of Airships by German based artist Vadim Voitekhovitch.

The USS Los Angeles airship ended up nearly vertical after its tail rose out of control while moored at the Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey in 1927.

WWI Zeppelins: Not Too Deadly, But Scary as Hell

Airship USS Los Angeles in a near-vertical position, after her tail rose out-of-control while she was moored at the high mast at Naval Air Station Lakehurst, New Jersey.

Stan Galli, Graf Zeppelin

The image above shows the dirigible Graf Zeppelin over San Francisco Bay while on its 1929 around-the-world flight.

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Goodyear Blimp at Washington Air Post Washington USA Photo: Harris & Ewing Collection

Dirigible - "[not] 1900 [not] by Ferdinand Zeppelin"  Rather, a British SS type non-rigid dirigible, c.a. 1915

Dirigible - "[not] 1900 [not] by Ferdinand Zeppelin" Rather, a British SS type non-rigid dirigible, c.

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The Hindenburg disaster is often called the most devastating loss of life during the zeppelin era, but the Hindenburg wasn’t the worst airship accident.

Dieselpunk: Dornier Do R4 Super Wal and LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin. Bodensee (Lake Constance), ca. 1929

Dieselpunk: Dornier Do Super Wal and LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin. Bodensee (Lake Constance), ca.

Graf Zeppelin Route Poster by lazzo51, via Flickr

Certainly the most successful zeppelin ever built, was christened "Graf Zeppelin" by the daughter of Ferdinand Graf von Zeppelin on July whi

His Majesty's Airship R100, built by the Airship Guarantee Company in 1929, first flew in November 1929. It made some trial flights, but in October 1930 it was broken up for scrap.

The Most Astounding Airships, Dirigibles and Zeppelins in History

The English airship Zeppelin attached to the mooring mast in Bedforshire, before its journey to Canada, July 1928

USS MACON landing at Moffett Field on Inaugural Day (October 15, 1933)

USS MACON landing at Moffett Field on Inagural Day (October The little specks bellow are people and cars and the dirt road would become Baysho.

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