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Hovercraft Terminal Ryde Isle Of Wight UK

Hovercraft Terminal Ryde Isle Of Wight UK

Hovercraft Terminal Ryde Isle Of Wight UK
This is the Ryde ternimal for the hovercraft service that runs between Southsea (Portsmouth & Southsea) & the Isle of Wight This was the first Hovercraft passenger service in the world Founded in 1965, Hovertravel Limited is the world's longest established commercial hovercraft operator. The hovercraft, a totally new form of transport was invente...
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Southsea Castle, Portsmouth

Southsea Castle, Portsmouth

Southsea Castle was built by Henry VIII between 1544 and 1545 to protect Portsmouth against possible French invasion. Its revolutionary design provided for the most efficient use of guns in attack or defence now that artillery dominated warfare.
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Iranian Hovercraft at a Naval Base near Bandar-e-Abbas

Iranian Hovercraft at a Naval Base near Bandar-e-Abbas

The Islamic Republic of Iran Navy operates six Wellington BH-7 hovercraft and eight Winchester SRN-6 hovercraft.

Here are 4 Wellington (2x BH.7 Mk 4 and 2x BH.7 Mk 5A) and 2 Winchester on this naval base.
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Guided Missile Corvette Bora 615 and 616, Project 1239

Guided Missile Corvette Bora 615 and 616, Project 1239

The Project 1239 Sivuch small missile air cushion ship is primary intended for coast defense operations. Two ships in service now.

The new Russian missile carrying hovercraft is meant to carry out missile attacks on ships. It is the largest military hovercraft unmatched anywhere in the world. With the displacement of 1000 tons, the craft has a cruising speed of 100 kilometers an...
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Guided Missile Corvette Bora 615, Project 1239

Guided Missile Corvette Bora 615, Project 1239

The Project 1239 Sivuch small missile air cushion ship is primary intended for coast defense operations. Two ships in service now.

The new Russian missile carrying hovercraft is meant to carry out missile attacks on ships. It is the largest military hovercraft unmatched anywhere in the world. With the displacement of 1000 tons, the craft has a cruising speed of 100 kilometers an...
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Russian Hovercrafts

Russian Hovercrafts

If you turn on the GEC laer, you can see which hovercraft is what model (Gus, Lebed, Aist). Pictures of them can be found here: http://www.hovercraft-museum.org/
If you look around this base you can see a Caspian Sea Monster and a Lun (exranoplanes).
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Zubr - the worlds largest military hovercraft in dock

Zubr - the worlds largest military hovercraft in dock

Found the world’s largest military hovercraft sitting in a dry-dock in Kaliningrad

he Zubr-class (Project 1232.2, NATO reporting name "Pomornik") is a class of air-cushioned landing craft (LCAC). This class of military hovercraft is, as of 2012, the world’s largest, with a standard full load displacement of 555 tons.[1][4] The hovercraft is designed to sealift amphibious assault units (su...

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British Hovercraft

British Hovercraft

Hovercraft in Britain.
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Griffon 8000TD hovercraft of the Indian Coast Guard

Griffon 8000TD hovercraft of the Indian Coast Guard

The Indian Coast Guard ordered a total of six Griffon 8000TD(M) hovercraft from Griffon Hovercraft Ltd, England. Under the terms of the contract, the first two hovercraft (H-181 and H-182) were made in England while the other four (H-183 to H-186) were assembled by Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers in Kolkata from completely knocked down kits. GRSE and Griffon Ltd together won a worldwide t...
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Hoboken Terminal

Hoboken Terminal

This is the Hoboken train and ferry terminal. If you look closely, you'll see all the trains lined up. The trains run all over NJ and the terminal also houses the PATH trains to and from NYC, Newark, Jersey City and Harrison.
The ferry boats used to run across the Hudson to the World Train Center area, but I am not sure if they do since 9/11. The terminal is quite old, and the facade is...
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Birth place of the Hovercraft

Birth place of the Hovercraft

The hovercraft was invented by Sir Christopher Cockerell whilst he owned and worked at Ripplecraft, the boatyard in Somerleyton. From 1953 to 1956 as well as designing and building hire craft for the Broads Sir Christopher “worked on the problem of making boats go faster”. He was attempting to make boat propulsion more energy efficient and one of his experiments was to inject air under the hull...
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Copenhagen Airport old terminal

Copenhagen Airport old terminal

This building was designed by the danish architect Vilhelm Lauritzen and was build between 1937-39 and was in use from 1939 to 1960 when the new terminal 2 was opened. It was the first terminal in Copenhagen Airport.

1999 it was moved to the new place because it was too small as terminal for the expanding airport.

The building is listed as historic building.
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