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Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)


The inhabitants of each of their eras were convinced that it was their time that was the most progressive in terms of technology and inventions. But technological progress is developing incredibly fast and many inventions of the past are becoming irrelevant. Looking at them, the thought arises that this is just a props from an old film about the “distant future.”

1.

A tricycle built in the USA to advertise tires.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

2.

Electric narrow gauge mini train set for speed control. Holland Tunnel, USA. 1955 year.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

3.

Rail Zeppelin and a steam locomotive at the railway platform. Berlin, 1931.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

4.

The Kodak K-24 camera used by the Americans for aerial photography during World War II.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

five.

Tsar Tank (Tank Lebedenko), 1915. It was developed in 1914, but the tank was soon declared unsuitable for use in combat after testing a year later.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

6.

The world’s oldest surviving wetsuit, 1860.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

7.

Antarctic snow cruiser, which was to sail to the South Pole, 1939. Inside this machine were living quarters and laboratories for 5 scientists. But, alas, at the very last moment it became clear that the cruiser has no grip on the snow, unless it moves in reverse. The cruiser never went anywhere.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

eight.

Austro-Hungarian tail gunner armed with ten Mauser C96 pistols.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

nine.

Polish policeman in full uniform, 1934.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

ten.

A man with a “weftgirl”. This was the name of a huge large-caliber shotgun for hunting ducks. This weapon was banned in the 1860s. Such a shotgun could hit 50 ducks with one shot.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

eleven.

Construction of the Hindenburg airship, 1932.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

12.

A giant Italian howitzer captured by the Austro-Hungarians in November 1917.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

13.

A seller of motorized roller skates in California, 1961.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

fourteen.

British couple asleep in Morrison’s Hideout. The device was used by people who did not have cellars in the event of the destruction of their homes during the bombing during the Second World War. This cage bedroom has saved many lives.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

fifteen.

Ford Model T with optional high water level kit.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

sixteen.

Steering wheel in a 1972 Maserati Boomerang.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

17.

Telephone tower in Stockholm with about 5500 telephone lines. 1890s.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

18.

A 300-year-old library tool to keep seven books open at the same time.

Some strange and amazing technologies from the past (PHOTOS)

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