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Alberti's assistant Inventions, Vintage, Portraits, Steampunk, Vintage Photos, Old Pictures, 1930s, Old Photos, Vintage Photographs
That magnificent woman in her flying machine in Brookline
Alberti's assistant
One of those moments in history that I wish I could time travel to. Can you imagine how exciting that would have been? The ultimate Photography, Portrait, Photographer, Old Photographs, Vintage Photography
Poler
One of those moments in history that I wish I could time travel to. Can you imagine how exciting that would have been? The ultimate
George White Ornithopter, 1928 | Flickr - Fotosharing! Arcology, Techno, Historical Photos, Wings, Antwerpen
George White Ornithopter, 1928
George White Ornithopter, 1928 | Flickr - Fotosharing!
Opera Singer, Ulm, Brookline Massachusetts, Mad Scientists, Historical Images, Show Me The Way, Wingsuit Flying
wishing you soaring joy: the camera man's gifts
Flyin’ low Sit, Olds, Fotografia, Fotografie, Aslan, Cool Photos, Bizarre
The past is a foreign country
Flyin’ low
Photo, Fotos, Flying, Resim, Golden Age, Car, Flying Car
10 Amazing Flying Cars That Really Existed - Listverse
Retro, Riding, Vintage Images, The Past
I Am For the Mad Ones
Flying platform Air Force Bases, Air Force, Retro Futurism, Retro Futuristic, Zeppelin, Dieselpunk
The most stupid inventions (30 pics)
Flying platform
I Am For the Mad Ones
I Am For the Mad Ones
Regency, Drake, Oddities, Steampunk Images, Courier, Building
Screenshot_2018-11-01 Invention nouvelle pour [r]
Alexandre Goupil’s Sesquiplane  "Alexandre Goupil was a well regarded and well known French engineer who designed this bird-like flying machine in 1883. The sesquiplane (a monoplane with additional half-wings) was meant to be powered by a steam engine mounted inside the rounded body of the machine. The engine was to drive a single tractor propeller and it was to have a wheeled landing gear. A rudder was to be mounted below the tail surface." Illustrators, Design, Antiques, Steam Engine, Aeroplane, Machine
Alexandre Goupil’s Sesquiplane "Alexandre Goupil was a well regarded and well known French engineer who designed this bird-like flying machine in 1883. The sesquiplane (a monoplane with additional half-wings) was meant to be powered by a steam engine mounted inside the rounded body of the machine. The engine was to drive a single tractor propeller and it was to have a wheeled landing gear. A rudder was to be mounted below the tail surface."
Turismo, Historia, Autos, Concept, Futuristic
13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. DLXVII)
Science Fiction, Roman, Ink, The Hierophant, Artifacts, Occult, Static Electricity
flugmachine (kupfterstickabinet)
“Outfit for walking on water.” From Popular Mechanics, 1918. Please do join (if only as a spectator) my psychic battle against vintage Popular Mechanics magazine. The phrase “printed matter can be... Ballet, Strike A Pose, Walk On Water, Popular Mechanics, Tech, Flying Buttress
Dansk Jävlarna
“Outfit for walking on water.” From Popular Mechanics, 1918. Please do join (if only as a spectator) my psychic battle against vintage Popular Mechanics magazine. The phrase “printed matter can be...
Tsutomu Hiroi Kites Kites Craft, Art Design, Kunst, Drawing & Illustration, Illustration Design, Sculpting, Pattern Cutting
Tsutomu Hiroi
Tsutomu Hiroi Kites
nationalgeograp141903nati_0369 Geometry, Contemporary Art, Public, Graham Bell, Alexander Graham Bell, Alexander Graham, Alexander, Graham, Fine Art Prints
Alexander Graham Bell’s Tetrahedral Kites (1903–9)
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Aeronautical experiments of Alexander Graham Bell Structures, Early, Bones, Surf
Aeronautical experiments of Alexander Graham Bell
Aeronautical experiments of Alexander Graham Bell
S. F. Cody’s kite flew on Holbeck Moor in 1901 Pixel Art, Surfs, Cody Box, Kite Building, Kite Flying, Gliders, Go Fly A Kite, Box Kite
S. F. Cody’s kite flew on Holbeck Moor in 1901
Lights, Home Décor, Home, Décor, Color, Lighting, Decor
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell's Floating kite built of tetrahedral cells.  More photos and the story of Dr. Bell's work with kites from Popular Science Magazine.  1903. Play, Windsurfing, Sup Surf, Gopro Surfing, Aero, Helicopters
Popular Science Monthly/Volume 64/December 1903/The Tetrahedral Kites of Dr Alexander Graham Bell - Wikisource, the free online library
Dr. Alexander Graham Bell's Floating kite built of tetrahedral cells. More photos and the story of Dr. Bell's work with kites from Popular Science Magazine. 1903.
G.S. Kemp Assistant to Gugoielmo Marconi with a "Levitor kite" Kemp, Ham Radio, Antonio Mora Artwork, Antenna, Biplane, Paper Plane
MONDOBLOGO
G.S. Kemp Assistant to Gugoielmo Marconi with a "Levitor kite"
MONDOBLOGO: krazy for kites! Thomas, Big Kites, Banner Advertising
krazy for kites!
MONDOBLOGO: krazy for kites!
Ludwig Wittgenstein and William Eccles at the kite-flying station in Glossop, England, (1908) Instagram, England, Friends, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Famous Philosophers, Performance Art
RUDY/GODINEZ
Ludwig Wittgenstein and William Eccles at the kite-flying station in Glossop, England, (1908)
Cody biplane. Mondoblogo Inspiration, Kite Making, Airplane, Kite Designs
krazy for kites!
Cody biplane. Mondoblogo
Chanmulti Aeropostale, Fort, Engine, Flight, Fantastic Voyage
Top 10 Quirkiest Early Flying Machines - Listverse
Chanmulti
A man-lifting system of Cody kites in Britain during the early 1900's. Although it looks like a woman is being lifted by the kite train in this case! Cody box kites are still being made and flown today, by enthusiasts of this type of kite. T.P. (my-best-kite.com) Kite Sailing, Fighter Jets
File:Aviation in Britain Before the First World War- the work of Samuel Franklin Cody in Airship, Kite and Aircraft Aeronautics 1903 - 1913 RAE-O1083.jpg
A man-lifting system of Cody kites in Britain during the early 1900's. Although it looks like a woman is being lifted by the kite train in this case! Cody box kites are still being made and flown today, by enthusiasts of this type of kite. T.P. (my-best-kite.com)
This tetrahedral kite by Alexander Graham Bell looks faintly like the very earliest aircraft. T.P. (my-best-kite.com) Ideas, Steampunk Games, Alternate History
The years kite of Graham Bell
This tetrahedral kite by Alexander Graham Bell looks faintly like the very earliest aircraft. T.P. (my-best-kite.com)
nationalgeograp141903nati_0382 History
Alexander Graham Bell’s Tetrahedral Kites (1903–9)
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