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Radio Room, Graf Zeppelin, 1934

The Most Astounding Airships, Dirigibles and Zeppelins in History

With the outbreak of war, she was laid up in Hangar #2 at Rhein-Main Airfield in Frankfurt. Together with the original LZ-127 Graf Zeppelin, she was cut up for scrap in March 1940.

With the outbreak of war, (Graf Zeppelin was laid up in Hangar Number 2 at Rhein-Main Airfield in Frankfurt. Together with the original Graf Zeppelin, she was cut up for scrap in March

The Cutaway Diagram Thread | Retro Rides

— named Graf Zeppelin — was the last large rigid airship ever built. Built from essentially the same blueprints as her sister ship,

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Graf Zeppelin Airship Control Room in the forward gondola.

Modeaufnahme in LZ 129 Hindenburg, Frühjahr 1937: © Archiv der Luftschiffbau Zeppelin GmbH, Foto: Angelika von Braun

Hindenburg Fashion Shot Spring © Archives of Zeppelin GmbH…

Airships rank high on the list of things that have prompted me into mechanical engineering.  This picture shows the openness that I love so much about airships, and aviation in general.

The British NS (North Sea) class non-rigid airships were the largest and last in a succession of blimps that served with the Royal Naval Air Service during World War I

USS Shenandoah diagrams detail (airships.net) by kitchener.lord

The Design and Construction of Shenandoah The airship U. Shenandoah was the first American built rigid airship. Although built in the United States, Shenandoah.

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