The Lost Zeppelin: Discovery by Jeff Zugale The Lost Zeppelin: Discovery by Jeff Zugale

The Lost Zeppelin: Discovery by Jeff Zugale

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steel moon (via Steampunker.ru)

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Pneumatic Rifle by Anton Lavrushkin

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Victorians vapors by Jean-Baptiste Monge

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Hydromotor Delia (1916)

Michael de Cosmo in San Francisco, USA was an owner he and named her “Delia”
For a demonstration it was driven over the beach into the bay.

Speed land: 95 water: 16 km/h
Hull: aluminium
It had a propeller driven by a PTO
The rudder was connected to the steering wheel.

Popular Mechanics February 1916 and Popular Science March 1916 had an article about this Amphib.

In the book “Mitt dem auto baden gehen” my friend Rene Pohl  writes
that it was build by William Mazzei and William Purcell from Los Angeles.
Prototype Engine: Haynes
Production engine: Continental 6 cylinder diesel 35 hp
Rear axle is driven
Length: 4800 mm
Propeller 16 inch
An unknown number of vehicles was build between 1914 and 1917

In water mode the wheels where locked in forward direction
and the steering wheel turns only the rudder behind the propeller.

(The Amphiclopedia)

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Tour de France 1899 - Concurrent dans la catégorie des “voiturelles” (et non voiturettes) - voiture Decauville. (via Isabelle Bracquemond)

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X-machine by Adolf Lachman

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Logging loco on caterpiller tracks AND skis (by Austin7nut)

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Albert Robida’s airships, some of the 520 illustrations he created for the weekly serial “La Guerre Infernale,” circa 1908

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Sobsna … shifters and brake levers …
(via КАТУШКИН) (via Go Away Garage) Sobsna … shifters and brake levers …
(via КАТУШКИН) (via Go Away Garage) Sobsna … shifters and brake levers …
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Sobsna … shifters and brake levers …

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art by Vladimir Tsesler & Sergei Voichenko, Belorus (via Dark Roasted Blend) art by Vladimir Tsesler & Sergei Voichenko, Belorus (via Dark Roasted Blend)

art by Vladimir Tsesler & Sergei Voichenko, Belorus (via Dark Roasted Blend)

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Steampunk Airship. Model by M. Slater, photograph J. (via  Steampunk University)

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