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Skyliner 1912 magazine. Art by G. A. Coffin, 1910. Kind of a combination plane, boat and train for the future.
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Too much engines and not enough wings.

Skyliner 1912 magazine. Art by G. A. Coffin, 1910. Kind of a combination plane, boat and train for the future.

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While they were busy in the bow | Illustration by Léon Benett, engraved by J. Ladmiral. From The clipper of the clouds (AKA Robur the Conqueror), by Jules Verne, London, 1887 | via Contentimus
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While they were busy in the bow | Illustration by Léon Benett, engraved by J. Ladmiral. From The clipper of the clouds (AKA Robur the Conqueror), by Jules Verne, London, 1887 | via Contentimus

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The lamps of the Albatross were turned on. Illustration by Léon Benett (?), from The clipper of the clouds (AKA Robur the Conqueror), by Jules Verne, London, 1887. Via archive.org.
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The lamps of the Albatross were turned on. Illustration by Léon Benett (?), from The clipper of the clouds (AKA Robur the Conqueror), by Jules Verne, London, 1887. Via archive.org.

The lamps of the Albatross were turned on.  Illustration by Léon Benett (?), from The clipper of the clouds (AKA Robur the Conqueror), by Jules Verne, London, 1887. Via archive.org.
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jagneta: “ “ Affiche pour la Douce Francois Schuiten ” This is a fantastic parody of the NYC advertisement. Plus, those Belgian locomotives are beautiful machines!

With the launch of La Douce by François Schuiten, Casterman made a special site to show the Augmented reality. The site also had an artwork port-folio.

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Everyone worked as work was easy to find. Taxes were low, so people could SAVE their money. They then used their savings to buy houses, invest.

Francois Schuiten - Les Cites Obscures

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I found these amazing drypoints of Edinburgh in Scottish National Gallery. Hedley Fitton knew how to reflect this city's ambient.  more: https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=Hedley+Fitton+drypoint&espv=2&biw=1920&bih=965&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=W_KGVeHBEcbkUYP5gZgG&ved=0CAYQ_AUoAQ

drypoints of Edinburgh in Scottish National Gallery by Hedley Fitton. *sigh* I've always wanted to go to Edinburgh.

Disneyland Paris Nautilus with water

A Nautilus version at a theme park.

Alphonse de Neuville’s engravings for 20000 Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Vernes.

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A very unique photo: the bow of Russian submarine Yekaterinburg (Delta IV SSBN) stripped bare after the fire in 2011 (sorry for the low res.

Die schönsten Hausboote: Auf Wellen gebettet - 14.11.06 - Forum - ARIVA.DE

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The Illustrated Jules Verne  Une Ville flottante (1869)  29 illustrations by Jules-Descartes Férat

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The prestigious “Le Jules Verne Restaurant” is located on the second floor in France’s most famous landmark – The Eiffel Tower. With more than 6.7 million visitors last year, it’s the symbol of Paris. The restaurant has a private elevator, which zips you up 125 meters above ground. No trip to the French capital is complete without it.  We found early reservations are a must.

The prestigious “Le Jules Verne Restaurant” is located on the second floor in France’s most famous landmark – The Eiffel Tower. The restaurant has a private elevator, which zips you up 125 meters above ground.

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