Gerry Andersons Space 1999 Eagle Transporter 2 by ArthurTwosheds
The Eagle Transporter is a fictional spacecraft and the iconic image of the television series Space: 1999 I know a rocket modeller who made this into a flying model.
UFO (British sci-fi series, Loved this series from Gerry Anderson!
UFO Promotional Card: Here is a 104 x 147 mm UFO promotional card (looks like an oversized postcard) that ITC produced when UFO was first broadcast.
Nah look its deploying a drone! I love ufo.
Moonbase Interceptor from the UFO TV show. As kids we loved how much of the ship was missile. Hard, however, to overlook the inefficiency of these defenders of Earth having only one shot each.
Spaceships that were almost other spaceships The Eagle Transporter — Gavin Rothery
My Favorite Martian TV series. Watched it anyway.
Moonbase Interceptor from UFO Wow ain't seen this since the mid seventies, forgot all about them , loved Gerry Andersons Programs has a kid 😍
Always loved the design of this prop for a show of the It was a door lock, a communicator, and a security device. The original smartphone.
The original Blake's 7 cast, including Orac (front), voiced by Peter Tuddenham
The Liberator - Blake's 7
Blake's Classic BBC sci-fi to return on Syfy channel - BBC News
British sci-fi 'Blakes is ripe for a big budget remake.
Blake’s 7 remake definitely no longer in development at Syfy
Blake's 7 Gallery - SF Series and Movies
Liberator bridge: Zoom up on the London & see the transfer tube is just in front of the four red pods on the main part of the ship. Based on this I'm saying that the bridge is there, "Space Fall" shows that the airlock opens, turns & there it is.
The final-season crew - Soolin, Dayna, Avon, Vila, Tarrant and Orac the super-computer
Blakes 7 Federation Trooper | by Steven Sterlacchini
Teleport bracelet from Liberator