The idea of civilian supersonic transport was born in the late 1950s. The British Bristol Aeroplane Company (BOAC) and the French Sud Aviation were both working on their own designs called the Type 223 and...
A short collection of unusual museums from around the World.
Old aircraft do not necessarily need to end up as soda cans. They can be given a new lease of life as ground based hotels, cafes or even homes.
If you are looking for an unusual holiday home location in the UK you should consider staying in a disused railway station. In the 1960s the British Prime Minister of the time, Harold MacMillan asked Dr Beeching to...
Imagine boarding a train in London and riding it all the way to New York! This theoretical rail route would involve a magnetically levitated train travelling from 300 to 5,000 mph (500 to 8,000 km/h) in an airless...
London's modern buildings have attracted criticism and praise in equal measure, as well as nicknames, assigned to them in true British humour.
Railway buff looking for alternative holiday accommodation? Or just looking for somewhere unusual to stay? Step into a railway carriage of your choice.
This page outlines the location and current status of all the British Airways Concorde aircraft that were built. Brief History British Airways's (BA) last Concorde revenue departure took place on 23rd October 2003...
Research into the capture of German U-Boats by the British, US and Japanese Navies during WWII.