Nosestand Of Dirigible The Los Angeles Picture 1957
Nosestand Of Dirigible The Los Angeles Picture 1957 This is a March 4, 1957 article with picture. Author is John Toland. Says when crewmen were working on this dirigible, the air grew turbulent and the tail began to rise. Until it was standing on its nose. Ground crew looked on in horror fearing ballast bags would tear loose and demolish the craft. Inside her envelope crewmen clung desperately to the girders, Then the ship begun to swing slowly down on the other side of the mooring mast, came right side up with a roll and settled gently back. No damage to the crew and little to the ship. In excellent condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the picture. This original magazine tear sheet measures 14 inches wide by 21 inches tall.
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