1. The St Helier being manouvered out of The Cove in Weymouth harbour on 16th December 1960, being watched by the young lads in their soap-box go-cart (a neat piece of kit by the looks of it, complete with a trailer which possibly makes it unique…

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  4. dirtyriver:

    Pierre Le-Tan

     
  5. novocainelipstick:

    Hair perfection

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    Tagged #ship #hair do
     
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  7. freakyfauna:

    Am Ende der Reise, by Norbert Schwontkowski.

    Found here.

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  8. oldflorida:

    Don’t take the Sunshine Skyway Bridge, 1980.

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    Richard Hornbuckle’s 1976 4-door Buick sits on the edge of the abyss on May 9, 1980.

    The southbound span (opened in 1971) of the original bridge was destroyed at 7:30 a.m. on May 9, 1980, when the freighter MV Summit Venture collided with a pier (support column) during a storm, sending over 1200 feet (366m) of the bridge plummeting into Tampa Bay. The collision caused ten cars and a Greyhound bus to fall 150 feet into the water (46 m), killing 35 people.

    more on wiki

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  9. jackrubytuesday:

    I hope to see northern lights before I die. I’m envious of those who saw them throughout most of the South on Monday.

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  10. hmsendeavour:

    After ship ops my instinct is to label this :-(…damn you khan.

     
  11. carnetimaginaire:

    Zbigniew Rychlicki / Збигнев Рыхлицкий

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  13. cowsinartclass72:

    Richard Sale - Home is the Hangman
    Popular Library 205, 1949
    Cover Artist: Rudolph Belarski

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  14. starmeviolet:

    Ships look so big and scary out of water.

     
  15. gurafiku:

    Japanese Art: Central Port. Hide Kawanishi. 1962

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