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By tag miscellany
Exactly 90 years ago, on April 14th, the very first Öppen Vagn 4 cylindrar (ÖV4) hit the road, manufactured by Volvo (meaning "I roll" in Latin ) in its plant in Gothenburg.
In our tireless quest for finding everything with "intermodality" in it, we came across a unit which is - contrary to other amphibious vehicles - more a vessel than a car.
In the beginning of the industry many airlines started with a pier and a hut close to the shoreline because water was the cheapest runaway.
Do not confuse the presented aircraft with a racer or a fighter; the Northrop Alfa was a passenger plane, one of the most curious in this category.
Looking for advertising ideas for maritime industries, we travelled far in time and space, and found the American shipyard Bethlehem Steel which repaired the tanker USS Maumee.
Vabis (1.5 tonnes) was Swedish Post's first ever lorry... and the last model of the company founded in 1891.
The picture shows an industrial locomotive of the TKp "Śląsk" class, the last model of steam locomotives made in Poland for domestic purposes and for export.
In Rostock, in a park beside the museum, the ship Frieden class is a feature, which helps understand the cardinal system of buoyage.