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Victorian life through a lens: Amazing 19th Century photos show backbreaking daily grind

A hansom (one of the most popular and maneuverable 19th century carriages, named after its inventor John Hansom) in London, 1877

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Transport and Carriages in the Victorian era (1837-1901)

Hansom Cab pictures. An article here about transport and carriages in the Victorian era on a larger site about Horses and History through the ages.

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Stick Raft Building STEM Project

STICK RAFT BUILDING STEM PROJECT. Can you build a raft that really floats? How much weight can your stick raft carry? Can your raft cope in a real stream? This STEM challenge is great fun for kids and a super way to get them stretching and developing their skills and engaging with Nature.

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Qhubeka™ on

The best invention after the wheel was putting two of them together ! / La meilleure invention après la roue a été d'en mettre deux ensemble !

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Teenage inventor takes the world's first 'unicycle' motorbike for a spin

Gyroscopically balanced bike ... Concept design motorcycles and scooters - innovation www.actionbikeski.com.au

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New Jersey's deep sea train graveyard: Locomotives lost in the 1850s found preserved 90 feet under water

a Pioneer steam locomotive. ... =====>Information=====> https://de.pinterest.com/e4lindolu/ferrocarril/

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This strange looking vehicle was built by Fernand Maratuech in 1922. M. Maratuech was an amateur inventor who also constructed a steam-driven sewing machine, a motorcycle running on gas and many more. He realized that his budget would not allow him to build one of his biggest dreams: his own plane. Therefore, he looked for a compromise: a plane without wings, combining the best features of cars and planes in one vehicle.

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Back to the Future: Futuristic Car Designs from the Past

1933 Dymaxion car(if it has 3 wheels it is considered a motorcycle, right)I've NEVER seen one of these and I thought I had seen everything on wheels at least once.

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