Zeppelin Landing on the Bodensee

German zeppelin on the Bodensee going into its shed. August 4, 1908.


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  • T. Djll 7y

    The Bodensee is a lake actually; non-Germans call it Lake Constance. The Zeppelin works are still nearby.

    I have a whole collection of original photos taken around this time of the floating Zeppelin hangar and airships. I bought them when I was a kid, but the seller didn't tell me anything about where they came from. I guess I could dig them out and post them... it's such a fascinating era of human ingenuity and human eccentricity.
  • Tom Wigley 7y

    You should get them scanned, airships are wonderful machines. As an evolutionary dead end they seem very strange and unusual to me.
  • reyfocus 6y

    Jean Dieuzaide – Concorde Essai de Freinge - 1968

    I'am the admin of the new group Art'flighing Machines dedicated to an artistic approach of flighing things

    It would be an honour to have your picture into this group
  • lazzo51 5y

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Airship, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
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