RMER7CB3–Balloon with parachute and propellers, associated with Francesco Orlandi, flying over a town harbor and spectators, possibly during an ascent in Italy between 1820 and 1850. Date between 1850 and 1900.
RMHHEJBF–Collection of different types of screw propellers. Dated 19th Century
RM2BWB0TF–British Novelty in Aeroplane Propellers The ' City of Paris ' aeroplane fitted with the new three bladed propeller , and worked by a Napier Lion engine , photographed at Croydon . Considerd to be the cheapest aerolane to run in existence 13 May 1921
RMF4XGX6–Changing the propellers of a giant ship
RMT9539M–The basket of a hot-air balloon with two men inside and an engine with propellers. Process print after E.A Tillyson.
RM2F76FMM–1940's WW2 The Bristol Blenheim was a British light bomber aircraft designed and built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company that was used extensively in the early days of the Second World War. It was adapted as an interim long-range and night fighter, pending the availability of the Beaufighter. It was one of the first British aircraft to have all-metal stressed-skin construction, to utilise retractable landing gear, flaps, powered gun turret and variable pitch propellers.
RMBG6Y02–Balloon with parachute and propellers flying over a town harbor and spectators, during an ascent in Italy between 1820 and 1850
RMB2C5CB–Inventor, car driven by propellers, historic picture from about 1920
RM2A3MTYC–The Bennie Railplane. A form of rail transport invented by George Bennie (1891–1957), which moved along an overhead rail by way of propellers. From The Pageant of the Century, published 1934.
RMAJJR8K–Propellers on C 53 wreck Cozumel Mexico
RFKXDHCN–The Gillespie Aeroplane with Multiple Propellers - An Interesting Historical Exhibit
RMMM4CHA–The Bennie Railplane. A form of rail transport invented by George Bennie (1891–1957), which moved along an overhead rail by way of propellers. From The Pageant of the Century, published 1934
RME0RNXF–Feb. 02, 1960 - Ski-Juring behind propellers.: is the sport of the future. Josef Niklas (Josef Niklas) from Oberammergau (Oberammergau) has developed this ''Ski-Poby'' which enables the skier to drive along the paths turns a oropeller. Photo shows The daughter of the inventor, Christl Niklas (Christ Niklas) trying out the new instrument in Garmisch-Partnkirchen.
RMPK8149–1950, historical, press launch for the AVRO Shackleton airplane, parked on an airfield, showing the twin 3-blade contra-rotating propellers, England, UK
RMJ0FT15–Stern view of Hilda, showing canal boat propellers
RM2GDK6KT–The massive stern and propellers of the RMS Mauretania, with human figures giving a sense of how big the ship is
RM2J26M8B–The Titanic Exhibition - visitors looking at a photograph of the Titanic ship propellers, London UK
RMH3H5J8–'Danger propellers kill' warning sign, with a Pilatus PC-6 Porter aircraft at the Irish Parachute Club in County Offaly, Ireland.
RMG4036P–Naval Aircrewman inspects the propellers on a P-3C Orion.
RMD98M7H–The Propellers of the Titanic in Dry Dock in Belfast, Ireland, before its' launch in 1912
RM2BW2NTX–Overhaul for an ocean giant . Examining one of the huge propellers of the Cunard liner Austonia during her overhaul in the Royal Albert Dry Dock , Silvertown , London . 10 April 1934
RMKMMT38–Single-rotation turboelectric aircraft propellers Curtiss-Wright, USA 1952
RFBG104J–Propellers in front of old whaling station at Stromness Bay, South Georgia, South Atlantic
RMDM27FY–Old boat propellers.
RM2AFG25D–Japanese Type A Midget Submarine - Photographed soon after its recovery near the entrance to Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, circa late July 1960. It had participated in the attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, but had apparently been unable to enter the harbor as its torpedoes had not been fired. Note bright red corrosion on the submarine's counter-rotating propellers.
RME5G2A0–French motorgliders Fournier RF-3 propellers, France
RMJTDCP8–Frédéric Sauvage, 1786 – 1857. French boat builder who carried out early tests of screw-type marine propellers. From Les Merveilles de la Science, published 1870.
RMAKM59C–Diver near propellers of C53 wreck Cozumel Mexico
RFFF49DA–SHIPS HMS Waterwitch, gunboat, Hydraulic Propellers 1866. Illustrated London News
RMBPT31N–Airbus A400M military transport plane, close up of turboprop propellers
RME0XN06–Apr. 04, 1967 - Propellers weighs 32 tons each: One of the propellers for the Q 4 will be put on view as a centrepiece at the International Engineering Exhibition which opens at Earls Court, London on April 24. Each of the four propellers weighs 32 tons each. Although the Q4 is a twin-screw ship, four propellers are being built two for fitting to the ship and two as spares. The propellers are 19 feet in diameter. They will be the first six-bladed propellers ever fitted in a passenger liner and the largest in any twin-screw ship.
RME731AX–Two boat's engines with propellers
RMJ0FNMM–Manganese Bronze and Brass Company Limited Manganese Bronze Propellers make history, advertisement
RM2GDK6KN–The massive stern and propellers of the RMS Mauretania, with human figures giving a sense of how big the ship is
RM2J26MAW–The Titanic Exhibition - visitors looking at a photograph of the Titanic ship propellers, London UK
RFDNGGPR–two propellers of unflying airplane
RMAPJFBR–Propellers of windturbines spin against a sky of broken clouds
RMKCEMYK–Frédéric Sauvage (1786–1857), a French boat builder who carried out early tests of screw-type marine propellers
RM2BW2P0J–Overhaul for an ocean giant . Examining one of the huge propellers of the Cunard liner Austonia during her overhaul in the Royal Albert Dry Dock , Silvertown , London . 10 April 1934
RM2HK4FXX–The propellers of RMS Majestic ocean liner, in the background a 4 funnel ship, Southampton, UK 1931
RFC121EM–Water churned up by ship's propellers
RMDM27FR–Old boat propellers on a fishing village dock.
RMBNG042–State-of-the-art propellers on the Airbus A400M at the Farnborough Airshow.
RMBP76B8–Details of back motors and propellers of airship dirigible Zeppelin NT, Friedrichshafen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
RM2B4HW6N–One of the propellers of the hotel and museum ship Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2) at the pier, Dubai, Persian Gulf, United Arab Emirates
RMB30P29–Diver at Propellers of HIJMS Nagato Battleship Marshall Islands Bikini Atoll Micronesia Pacific Ocean
RFKXDK24–Propellers of the New York - This photograph was taken specially to illustrate twin-screw propellers, which are the chief means…
RMBWK0H2–wind generators turbines propellers wind turbines wind energy energy wind power station wind power plant Knul
RMD0NYEX–Propellers of Saturn's Rings
RMRBATF2–Suffrage-era, color postcard, depicting a two women, wearing propellers and wings, one wearing brown and dropping flyers, the other wearing red and yellow and shouting 'Votes for Women' from a megaphone, likely referencing the ill-fated, 1909 dirigible flight of Australian suffragist, Muriel Matters, with the caption 'Do You Aviate? 'We Can Show 'Em A Few Points Now!' published for the British market, 1900. ()
RMAXB7XF–Propellers of the Queen Mary 2, Shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France
RMDF4R76–Propellers factory. Manaus, Amazon. Brazil
RMC52A7T–Hyde propellers sales and service
RMBG9H4A–Powerboat propellers submerged in water
RF2K0E8RG–A wind generating turbine propellers await wind to form through a canyon as the sun rises to produce renewable energy.
RMAPJAMK–Clusters of wind turbines generate electricity as their propellers spin in the wind
RMHHEJFT–Engraving depicting a steam marine engine with twin propellers. Constructed in 1804 by James Stevens (1749-1838). Dated 19th Century
RM2BWFK04–Helicopter with 12 propellers . It is expected that the prize of £3,600 offered by the French State to the inventor of the first helicopter to describe a closed circuit of five sights of a mile will be awarded to M Oemichen , whose machine with 12 propellers , has just accomplished the feat at Paris . M Oemichen standing in front of the helicopter . 7 May 1924
RMRM709B–Propellers of the Titanic with workers as it is ready to launch in Belfast shipyard in 1911
RF2A6J4JB–HMS Thunderer English ironclad turret warship launched in 1872 with two steam engines and two propellers and a low forecastle which limited her speed
RMJMD9A2–A F-18 sits in front of a sign saying Beware of Jet Blast Propellers and Rotors onboard the US Navy Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush as it lays at anchor off the coast before it participates in Exercise Saxon Warrior 2017 in the Northern Atlantic Ocean.
RMBB1FYA–Flying Machine Designs
RMBN7EY5–Brass propellers on Lifeboat
RMB30P39–Diver at Propellers of HIJMS Nagato Battleship Marshall Islands Bikini Atoll Micronesia Pacific Ocean
RFMXN18D–Machinery of the hydraulic propellers of H. M. S. Waterwitch. Ships 1866. The Illustrated London News
RMBBC0E4–Worker cleaning ship propellers at shipyard
RMD0D2D2–Detail View of Propellers of a US Marine Corps C-130J Hercules at Al Asad Air Base in Iraq's Al Anbar Province
RMS02NC0–Plane in the sky, clouds and propellers
RMBJY6E8–Microlight aircraft engine red propellers
RMDDKH0R–Propellers factory. Manaus, Amazon. Brazil
RMBYXHB6–Old ship's propellers, Stromness, South Georgia
RFKEY352–Close up photograph of a Fairey Gannet aircraft showing contact rotating propellers
RF2BTJYRA–A bottom up view of a drone taking off with its propellers at maximum speed
RMAPHHWY–The propellers of wind turbines spin and generate electricity in southeast Washington State
RM2A269K8–Illustration showing machine at Woolwich Arsenal, London, used for cutting screw propellers. 1847
RM2BW3FNN–Queen Mary ' s propellers replaced in dry docks . The four propellers of the Queen Mary each of which weighs 35 tons , are being removed in the King George V drydocks at Southampton . They are being replaced with propellers of a coarser pitch . Photo shows , one of the Queen Mary ' s 35 ton propellers being swing off in dry dock . 31 March 1936
RMEYWM51–Propellers of the City sculpture by sculptor Stephen Broadbent, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear, England, UK
RMK209F7–Detail with propellers, Lockheed Constellation C-1214 Columbine 1, Gen. Eisenhower's personal plane, 1950-1952
RMD1XG36–Workers check the ship's propellers of the British yacht Princess 98' MY in Duesseldorf, Germany, 07 January 2013. Princess 98' MY is the largest yacht exhibited at the boat show which is open from 19 until 27 January. Photo: JONAS GUETTLER
RMBB1FT9–Italian Balloon Ascension
RMBN7F0A–Brass propellers on Lifeboat
RMB30P2A–Diver at Propellers of HIJMS Nagato Battleship Marshall Islands Bikini Atoll Micronesia Pacific Ocean
RMD1A0B2–View of derelict Stromness whaling station showing old propellers
RFJFCX7H–Boy in a field with propellers
RMCBMX6K–Propellers Of An Ilyushin 18 Plane Hargeisa Somaliland
RME151X3–toy helicopter with 4 mini rotor blades or propellers
RM2F7CX4E–Stock picture of a Octocopter drone (multirotor aircraft ) used to film the 2021 Boat Race on the River Great Ouse in Ely,Cambridgeshire. between Cambridge and Oxford University The drone has 8 motors and propellers.
RMACC32W–Propellers for sale at Crick Boat Show 2007
RMAPHHXJ–The propellers of wind turbines spin in the wind as they generate electricity in southeast Washington state
RMCTH24C–Airplane silhouette with propellers flying under the sun in Trogir.
RM2BW3FMN–Queen Mary ' s propellers replaced in dry docks . The four propellers of the Queen Mary each of which weighs 35 tons , are being removed in the King George V drydocks at Southampton . They are being replaced with propellers of a coarser pitch . Photo shows , one of the Queen Mary ' s 35 ton propellers being swing off in dry dock . 31 March 1936
RMBY3TRE–dual propellers Ardent London freighter beached at low tide
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