These villages in America were constructed on vacant lots and made from wood and metal. They were named “Hoovervilles” after President Hoover and were quite common until 1940. Here are some pics taken in New York Central Park around this time.
400,000 people flocked to a farm in Bethel New York on August 15, 1969 for what was to become a much talked about event in our recent history. Here are some revealing behind-the-scenes pics from the festival.
Built in 1939, this vehicle was designed to explore the Antarctica but the diesel-electric hybrid powertrain was too fragile and caused it to breakdown early on. It is thought to be buried in the Antarctic region now.
Our visitor Michael sent us these pictures and says: "Most of these old website pics date from at least 15 years ago... a time when our browsers were the old CRTs and mostly offered a mere 800x600 resolution. It was a time when Windows 95 ruled and Windows 98 was on the rise so... kick back in your dusty desk chair and enjoy the ride!" Thanks for the great photos, Michael.