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Let’s Dance!

Let’s Dance!

The forecast heatwave seems to have arrived in full force today and it's far too hot to actually dance, so here are some vintage photos of people …

Pin Up Girls: A Brief History

Pin Up Girls: A Brief History

Pin up girls have been around for a lot longer than you think. Since as early as the 1890s girls have been drawn, painted and photographed and …

Movie Sunday: A Trip To The Moon (1902)

Movie Sunday: A Trip To The Moon (1902)

Well, this is definitely the oldest movie I've watched, and it's truly fabulous! It's quite incredible that it was made way back in 1902. Only …

Snow Glorious Snow!

Snow Glorious Snow!

So, it's Boxing Day and I'm sitting here (eating chocolates) waiting for it to snow. Apparently we are due to get snow tonight, but I fully …

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How The World Looked When Airships Filled The Sky

How The World Looked When Airships Filled The Sky

The airship industry effectively died with the Hindenburg disaster of 1937, but for 80 or so years previously the dream of lighter-than-air travel had gradually been becoming a reality. The sight of airships were becoming less of a novelty and were seen in the sky's across …

Risqué Nose Art from WW2 Bombers (NSWF)

Risqué Nose Art from WW2 Bombers (NSWF)

Nose art on airplanes first became popular during WW1 when German airmen (or rather their ground-crews) started painting a mouth and teeth onto nose cones, rather like Moby Dick below. In fact a shark-face design is still painted on nose-cones of military aircraft today. During …

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