Friedrichshafen Visit

I have been intending to do a series of posts about my recent trip to Friedrichshafen but Christmas-time family events and other good things have gotten in the way. Since I am about to leave the country again (going to Cardington, England for a project about the British airship R.101) I thought I would post some photos as a short preview.

The Zeppelin Hangar

The Zeppelin Hangar

Lifting a carbon fiber girder from a Zeppelin NT with two fingers.

Lifting a carbon fiber girder from a Zeppelin NT with two fingers.

Zeppelin pilot Hans-Paul Ströhle in an NT

Zeppelin pilot Hans-Paul Ströhle in an NT

Dan Grossman in a Zeppelin NT

With Paul in an NT

The Zeppelin Hangar

The Zeppelin Hangar

The Zeppelin Museum

The Zeppelin Museum

Zeppelin Archiv

The Zeppelin Library and Archive

Dan Grossman; Manfred Bauer; Cheryl Ganz; and Manfred's daughter

Dan Grossman; Manfred Bauer; Cheryl Ganz; and Manfred’s daughter

Bye for now

Bye for now

4 Comments on "Friedrichshafen Visit"

  1. Greetings, Dan. I’m seriously jonesing for some LZ130 updates if you have some. In the meantime, my favorite Pompeii website’s getting some serious traffice 🙂

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  2. Did you go to Meesburg while you where there? For some dumd reason I didn’t and I’m sorry I didn’t Rick

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  3. Lovely photos, and I look forward to your upcoming additions. Also, I had no idea one could still go by sea to the UK. I’d thought trans-Atlantic ship services had gone the way of international Zeppelin services. Interesting.

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  4. Milan Zivancevic | December 31, 2012 at 9:36 pm | Reply

    Last photo’s real caption: “winter in Europe, man… hurry up with that camera dammit!”

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