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ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE RNAS 1914-1918 (Q 27488) Three members of crew at work on the starboard engine gantry of a Royal Navy Air Service North Sea (N.S.) type non-rigid airship during an anti-submarine patrol off the British coast circa 1918. None appear to be wearing a safety line. On the upper level the mechanic is standing next to his compartment from which he controlled the 240HP Fiat engines. On the lower level a gunner mans his gun.

“ North Sea Class airship over North Sea The British NS (North Sea) class blimps were the largest and last in a succession of non-rigid airship designs that served with the Royal Naval.

Airshipsonline : Airships : R33 British airship, inside of gondola

Airshipsonline : Airships : British airship, inside of gondola

An unusual duel in the World War One, Airship vs U-Boot (Osprey Publishing)

"Totally Steampunk" KB An unusual duel in the World War One, Airship vs U-Boot (Osprey Publishing)

Interior of the lounge aboard the Hindenburg, where passenger windows could be opened.

75 Years Since the Hindenburg Disaster - The interior of the lounge, passenger windows could be opened.

Graf-Zeppelin arriving in N.Y. for second time

Boston Public Library-Graf-Zeppelin arriving in NY(more likely at Lakehurst, NJ) for second time 1929 Creator: Jones, Leslie, (photographer) Date created: 1929

Forward machine gun positions on a German Zeppelin

Süße Dunkelheit: PhotoTwo crewmen standing in the forward defensive machine gun position on top of a German Zeppelin, c.

North Sea Class airships

North Sea Class airship with Rolls Royce engines The British NS (North Sea) class blimps were the largest and last in a succe.

Painting the Sydney Harbour Bridge (year unknown). But it was before Workplace Health and Safety became the force that it now is.

Painting the Sydney Harbour Bridge (year unknown).A♥W it takes a year then they start it all over again

LZ-129 Hindenburg ~ Airships, Dirigibles, Zeppelins, & Blimps ~ BFD

LZ-129 Hindenburg ~ Airships, Dirigibles, Zeppelins, & Blimps ~ BFD

The airship USS Akron (ZRS-4) flying over the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., 1931.

The airship USS Akron (ZRS-4) flying over the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C., 1931.

R100 Promenade Deck

31 Photos From the Golden Age of Airships, When Zeppelins Ruled the Sky