A Soviet Su 15TM fighter-interceptor. Developed in 1962. Crew – 1, ammunition – two air-to-air guided missiles: two 23 mm Gsh-23 outboard guns, speed – 2230 km/h, ceiling – 18100 m, flight range – 1700 km.More
The French Wimille Prototype №2 from 1948.
The J-P Wimille was a French automobile manufactured from 1946 until 1950. Powered by a rear-mounted 22 hp Ford V-8, it was an aerodynamic saloon designed by racing driver Jean-Pierre Wimille. No more than 20 were built. Some of the cars appeared after Wimille’s death in the 1953 film …More
The French passenger railroad wagon №7061 (Third class) from 1868More
The French steam locomotive Type 230 Ten wheel №1314 from 1902.
Ten wheel is the name given to a type of steam locomotive whose axles have the following configuration (front to back):
1 carrier bogie with two axles at the front,
3 coupled axle motors.
OPEL Kadett C class coupe (1980) with 115 hp: watercolor painting by Joan Mañé
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The railway snowplow PO ZRI – 1908 from France.
A snowplow (also snow plow, snowplough or snow plough) is a device intended for mounting on a vehicle, used for removing snow and ice from outdoor surfaces, typically those serving transportation purposes.More
Blue Peugeot Berline Type 403 from 1958, four cylinders, 1468 cc, 58 HP, 135 km/hMore
Armored fighting vehicles of the USSR: a light floating tank T-38 of the 1936 model. Armor – 9 mm. The speed on land is 40 km / h, on water – 6 km / h. Crew – 2 people. Museum of the Soviet Army, MoscowMore
Mercedes Benz 230 Cabriolet A W143: pen & ink drawing by Joan Mañe
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San Jerónimo el Real is a Roman Catholic church from the early 16th-century in central Madrid (Spain). The church, which has undergone numerous remodelings and restorations over the centuries is the remaining structure of the Hieronymite monastery that once stood beside the royal palace of Buen Retiro, of which a portion now serves as the …More