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The Journey was a free-to-the-public exhibition held in July 2017 at the Hanoi Cultural Friendship Palace in Hanoi, Vietnam. Organized by Mercedes Benz, the exhibition featured 40 different cars, including 16 test-drive units. Models featured in the exhibit included the GLA, GLS, Mercedes-Maybach, and Mercedes-AMG.
The HMS Belfast was originally a light cruiser vessel built for the United Kingdom's Royal Navy. Commissioned in 1939 shortly before World War II, the HMS Belfast was used in the Royal Navy's war efforts including a naval blockade against Germany, escort missions for the Soviet Union, and the Battle of North Cape. During World War II, the HMS Belfast also supported the Normandy landings. Today, the ship permanently sits along the River Thames in London, UK as a museum.
The Southerly 57RS is an innovative draft sailing yacht designed for easy handling and performance. A collaboration between superyacht designers Dubois Naval Architects and draft cruising yacht producer Southerly, the 57RS was awarded the Best Boat Winner for flagship monohulls by SAIL Magazine in 2011. The yacht features a traditional interior cabin with contemporary cosmetic touches and its double headsail rig makes the ship suitable for most wind conditions and sailing environments.
NASA's Operation IceBridge is an imaging campaign to capture Earth's polar ice in order to understand the processes which connect the world's polar regions with the global climate system. This P-3B aircraft is one of the many specially-customized aircraft used in NASA's imaging and observation processes.
The Boeing B-29 Superfortress is a heavy bomber used primarily by the United State in both World War II and the Korean War. This particular plane, known as T-Square 54, flew 37 bombing missions with the 87th Bomb Squadron, 498th Bomb Group in World War II and was converted to an aerial refueling tanker for the Korean War. Today, this Boeing B-29 can be found in the Museum of Flight in Seattle, Washington.
The Boeing 747 is an American commercial jet airliner and cargo aircraft commonly referred to as "Jumbo Jet." This prototype 747 was first flown on February 9, 1969, and currently sits in the Museum of Flight in Seattle for display today. The growing worldwide demand for air travel in the 1960s prompted the creation of the 747, which seats up to 374 passengers, features a height of over six stories, and has a takeoff weight of over 300 tons.
The Concorde is a turbojet-powered supersonic airliner that was used in British Airways' and Air France's fleet until 2003. This particular plane, referred to as "Alpha Golf," was first flown on April 27, 1978 and sent to British Airways in 1980. This plane has logged in 16,320 flight hours during its time in service. Its last commercial flight took place on October 24, 2003 where it flew from New York City to Seattle in less than four hours. Today, the plane is currently up for display in Seattle's Museum of Flying.
The Queensland Steam & Vintage Machinery Museum is a museum filled with replicas of some of Australia's steam locomotives and machines. The museum has restored and repaired dozens of vehicles and machines to display to visitors how they would have been operated in the past.
The Lady Luck is an artificial reef found in Shipwreck Park Pompano in Pompano Beach, Florida. Originally serving as a sludge tanker known as the Newtown Creek between 1967 and 2014, the ship was purchased by the Shipwreck Park Foundation of Pompano Beach in 2016 to be repurposed as an underwater attraction for divers to explore. Local artist Dennis MacDonald transformed the ship into an underwater casino decorated with octopus casino dealers, mermaid cocktail waitresses, and poker-trained card sharks. Explore the ship prior to its underwater sinking in 2016.
The 747 Project is the brainchild of the Big Imagination Foundation, a Los Angeles arts organization. Thanks in part to their Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign, Big Imagination was able to purchase a 1985 747 Boeing jumbo jet in order to transform it into what they say "might be the largest moving art experience ever created." The main portion of the plane was towed across the Mojave Desert in order to land at the annual Burning Man festival in 2016. Take a look at the plane in its original condition when it was first bought by Big Imagination.
This large group of Ferrari vehicles is part of the personal collection of David Lee. Famous for his vast collection of Ferraris worth over $50 million in total, Lee has become one of the world's leading Ferrari collectors. Lee is also known as the chairman of Hing Wa Lee Group which has business, real estate, and retail investments across the globe.
The EML Lembit is one of two mine-laying submarines commissioned for the Estonian Navy in 1934. After the USSR annexed Estonia in 1940, the submarine was integrated into the Soviet Navy and used during World War II. Today, the submarine is now housed as a museum in Tallinn, Estonia.