This is the bunker and launch control room at Cape Canaveral launch complex 26, preserved from the early space program days at the air force space and missile museum. This print is available at a reduced price as <a href=\”http://www.oboylephoto.com/printofthemonth\”>The Print of the Month</a>.
1950\’s era block house adjacent to launch pad, Cape Canaveral, containing instrumentation for rocket launch. The distance from the block house to the launch pad was only 400 feet, limited by the length a signal could reliably travel the copper wiring from the control room in the block house to the rocket. This close proximity […]
I made a trip to Florida and spent a day at the Kennedy Space Center, where I had a chance to photograph some of the historic sites on Cape Canaveral. These are the control panels used by the scientists and engineers during the Apollo moon missions during the 1960\’s and early 1970\’s. More image to […]
We met these locals near Pottsville PA while exploring the area looking for landscapes to photograph. They had good advice on how we could build our own strip mine buggy, the reasonable cost of doing this, and how to modify the engine to get the most horsepower out of it.
The coal region in Pennsylvania is a fascinating area, it is a place apart, to an outside observer like myself it seems a place removed from today, somehow still a part of the era of big steel. The landscape is scarred with the marks of strip mining of anthracite used as raw material for making […]