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1930s Austrian sailplanes


1930s Austrian civil utility aircraft


SGP M-222 Flamingo

The SGP M-222 Flamingo was an Austrian twin engine, four seat light aircraft, developed with a series of prototypes into the early 1960s. There was no series production.


1950s Austrian sailplanes


1950s Austrian civil utility aircraft


1960s Austrian civil utility aircraft


1970s Austrian sailplanes


1990s Austrian civil utility aircraft


2010s Austrian civil utility aircraft


1940s Austrian experimental aircraft


1940s Austrian helicopters


2000s Austrian helicopters


2000s Austrian civil utility aircraft


Austrian experimental aircraft


Cream of Barley Mill

The Cream of Barley Mill is a historic mill in the town of Bowmanville, Municipality of Clarington, Ontario, Canada. Scottish immigrant John MacKay created a new hot cereal product called "cream of barley". In 1884 he bought the preexisting Caled ...


World War I merchant ships of Canada


World War II merchant ships of Canada


Sailboat types built by x yachts



Lameschmillen, also known as the Bergemer Muhle, is located halfway between Bergem and Noertzange, at the confluence of the rivers Alzette and Mess. It is one of three watermills in Luxembourg with the same name. It marks the southern limit of th ...



The Bulkemsmolen is a former watermill located on the Bulkemstraat 43 in Bulkemsbroek, Simpelveld, Netherlands. Build in 1753 along the Eyserbeek river, the watermill functioned as gristmill until 1978. Currently it functions as housing for a loc ...



The Kruitmolen is a watermill located on the Plenkertstraat 82 in Valkenburg aan de Geul, Netherlands. Build in 1820 along the Geul river, the watermill functioned as powder mill until 1851 and temporarily became a paper mill between 1875 and 188 ...


Oude Molen, Simpelveld

The Oude Molen or Molen van Houben is a watermill located on the Oude Molenweg 6 in Simpelveld, Netherlands. Build in 1774 along the Eyserbeek river, the watermill functioned as gristmill until the 1960s. During this time it was restored several ...



Jander or Jandar is a water driven mill that was commonly used in the mountain areas of the Murree Hills where water is abundant. Janders were very common during the barter economy era but have been replaced by diesel and electric mills which are ...


Industry in Karachi

Industry in Karachi are the various industries that are located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The commerce and industry in Karachi represents major economic activities in Pakistan. Pakistan ranks 40 among the countries of the world in nominal GDP, ...


Bishops Itchington

Bishops Itchington is a village and civil parish in the Stratford-on-Avon district of Warwickshire, England. It is about 3 miles south-southwest of Southam and about 6.5 miles southeast of Royal Leamington Spa. The 2011 Census recorded the parish ...


Bucks Mills

Bucks Mills is a small village within the parish of Woolfardisworthy on the north coast of Devon, England. It was anciently the mill of the manor of Bucks, anciently Bokish, Buckish, Bochewis, etc., listed in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Bochewis ...



Bullbridge is a small village in Derbyshire. The Bull bridge accident, in which a railway bridge failed as a goods train was just passing over it, happened here in 1860.



Haltwhistle is a small town and civil parish in Northumberland, England, 10 miles east of Brampton, near Hadrians Wall. It had a population of 3.811 at the 2011 Census. Stone-built houses are a feature of Haltwhistle. It is one of two settlements ...



Hibaldstow is a village and civil parish in North Lincolnshire, England. The population of the civil parish at the 2011 census was 2.433. It is situated on the B1206 road, 4 miles south from Brigg and the M180. The site of the deserted medieval v ...



Kepwick is a village and civil parish in the Hambleton district of North Yorkshire, England, in the North York Moors and near the A19. The population taken at the 2011 Census was less than 100 and whilst the details are included in the civil pari ...



Two railway lines ran through Smardale and past the village. The Stainmore Railway passed Smardale on the northern edge of the village, where there was a small halt, Smardale railway station now a private dwelling. Going westwards it then crossed ...


Dalry, North Ayrshire

The barony of Lynn was created from lands inherited about 1204 from Hugh de Morville. It reportedly was first held by Walter de Lynne, who signed the 1296 Ragman Roll. According to Douglas, the family bore the name Lynne long before coming to Ayr ...


Gillies Hill

Gillies Hill is located west of Stirling and the M9, south of Cambusbarron, and north of the Bannock Burn in Central Scotland. Gillies Hill covers a 140 hectares 350 acres crag and tail which rises from a height of 79 metres 259 ft at the Bannock ...


Aberthaw Lime Works

Aberthaw Lime Works is a derelict structure, located on the South Wales coast, between Fontygary Bay and Aberthaw Power Station. The structure is a Grade II Listed Building. The structure is considered a listed building because it is a well prese ...


Solva limekilns

The Solva limekilns are a row of disused limekilns in the harbour of the village of Solva, Pembrokeshire, Wales. The kilns have a Grade II heritage listing.


Rudge motorcycles


ABJ (motorcycle)

The ABJ was a lightweight bike built by AB Jackson Cycles of Birmingham, England between 1950 and 1954. They were powered by 48cc, 98cc and 123cc Villiers two-stroke engines. The 48cc Auto-Minor sold for just 41 pounds.


AER (motorcycles)

AER was a British motorcycle manufacturer. The name was from the initials of the founder, Albert E. Reynolds. Based in Liverpool and his company, AE Reynolds Ltd., ceased motorcycle production on the outbreak of the Second World War.


Ajax (motorcycle)

The Ajax was a motorcycle manufactured in England between 1923 and 1924, using 147cc, 247cc, 269cc and 346cc engines from Villiers Engineering and Blackburne.


AJR (motorcycle)

The AJR was one of the few motorcycles built in Scotland. AJ Robertson of Edinburgh built 346cc and 490cc Villiers powered single cylinder engine machines between 1925 and 1926. Robertson rode them in many sporting events.


Alecto (motorcycle)

Alecto motorcycles were manufactured between 1919 and 1925 in London by Whitmee Engineering. A chain-driven 345cc model was built between 1923 and 1924.


Ambassador Motorcycles

Ambassador Motorcycles is a British motorcycle manufacturer. Founded by racer Kaye Don after the World War II, the company produced lightweight motorcycles with Villiers and JAP engines and imported Zundapps from Germany. Production started in 19 ...


Ascot-Pullin Motorcycles

Ascot-Pullin Motorcycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer founded by Cyril Pullin as the Ascot Motor & Manufacturing Co Ltd. at Letchworth, Hertfordshire in 1928. An inventor and winner of the 1914 Isle of Man TT, Pullin had been developing ...


Bradbury Motor Cycles

Bradbury Motor Cycles was a British motorcycle manufacturer based in Oldham, England and established in 1902. Originally involved in the manufacture of machine tools, sewing machines and cycles, their first motorcycles were bicycles with clip-on ...


Broom Development Engineering

Broom Development Engineering is a British motorcycle manufacturer, and provides research and development services to the automotive and aerospace industries. Established in 1982 by engineer, Hesketh test rider and motorcycle racer Mick Broom, th ...


Cheney Racing

Cheney Racing is a British motorcycle manufacturer, founded by Eric Cheney, based in Petersfield, Hampshire which builds complete specialist high performance motocross motorcycles, rolling chassis or frame kits to individual customer specifications.



Clyno Engineering Company, later Clyno Engineering Company Ltd, was a motorcycle and car manufacturer that operated in Thrapston from 1909 to 1910 and then in Wolverhampton from 1910 to 1929. During this time they produced over 15.000 motorcycles ...


Corgi Motorcycle Co Ltd.

The Corgi Motorcycle Co Ltd. was a British motorcycle manufacturer based in Southport that produced 98 cc scooters developed by managing director John Dolphin from the military Welbike motorcycle. Production of the Corgi scooter for the UK market ...


Hazlewoods Limited

Hazlewoods Limited of Coventry were manufacturers of bicycles from 1895, and motorcycles from 1911 until closure c. 1923. They were typical many British companies who proceeded from bicycle manufacture to motorised bicycles, a change made possibl ...


List of Grindlay Peerless people

Reginald Robert Grindlay was born in 1899 in Foleshill, Warwickshire. Following his service aboard an Allied minesweeper vessel during the Great War, in the late 1920s he followed his father into the family automotive business helping to develop ...

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