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Fly Pass. Vulcan and Lightning

1956 Avro 698 'Vulcan' et 1957 English Electric 'Lightning'

Boeing 707 of American Airlines. Brand new.

I love this picture - American Airlines 707 rolling out of the factory, 1959 [by Robert Sullivan]

Royal Air Force, RAF (via Royal Air Force, RAF | Planes | Pinterest)

Royal Air Force, Avro Vulcan bomber is a jet-powered tailless delta wing high-altitude strategic bomber, which was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until They were used for the first time in the Falklands war.

Svalbard by Reuben Wu, via Behance

Reuben Wu, The Arctic Station, Svalbard, 2010

Vought F7U-3 Cutlass

The Vought Cutlass manufactured by Chance Vought is an American…

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From a series of photos taken in Valle d'Aosta, Italy 2009 by Davide Bignotti

Pärla Ämne

theantidote:Sea (by *Jojanne*) In one drop of water are found all the secrets of the oceans ~Kahlil Gibran

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land drawing itself up defiantly against the gathering darkness.

Lockheed XF-90

Lockheed XF-90

The first captive-carry flight of the NB-52 and X-15-1 on March 10, 1959

The X 15 an experimental hypersonic rocket aircraft. Although possible in theory, it remains a huge technical challenge to develop a new generation of zero emissions rocket aircraft capable to supersede the current fleet of fossil fuel airliners.