Video Script The Hindenburg‘s “A” deck was the place where most everything happened–eating, dining, sleeping, lounging, sightseeing. Dining Area As we walk up the stairs from the “B” Deck, we go towards the Dining Area. There were only a few tables in the Dining area, and meals were served in shifts, much on a train. […]
Cutaway views of lighter-than-air craft: blimps, airships, zeppelins.
One of the best, and cheapest, books that I have ever had about the Hindenburg is called Hindenburg: an Illustrated History, by Rick Archbold, with paintings by Ken Marschall. The art is too beautiful to even talk about in this space. But because one interest of Invisible Themepark is cutaways, let’s look at one cutaway […]
Zeppelins, despite their mammoth size, are by nature secretive modes of transport. Even when they plied the skies on a regular basis, zeppelins were largely misunderstood by the general public. I think I will puke if I read another book with an overly simplistic wrap-up like this: And the the fiery destruction of the Hindenburg […]