Full title reads: "Cardington. Tragedy most profound. Pathetic interest attached to these exclusive pictures taken of the ill-fated R-101 just before she left on what was to be her last journey."Cardington, Bedfordshire.Shot of the airship R 101 attached to mooring mast. Shots of members of the crew...more
Shots of the R101 airship before it sets off on its fateful last flight.
Shots of the R 100 Airship as it sets off from England on a flight to Canada.
Shots of the R100 airship as she returns to England after a flight from Canada.
Winding gear weighing 30 tonnes is lifted up 2000 ft. (airship?) mooring mast.
Ramsay MacDonald opens memorial to dead of the R101 airship in France.
Dominion Prime Ministers view the R 33 airship and mooring mast at Cardington, Bedfordshire.
A look at a massive hangar and mooring mast for airships.
A French mail plane crashes into a factory in Beauvais, France.
Footage of the wreckage of the R101 airship which exploded in October 1930.
Politicians board the R-101 for lunch, Cardington, Bedfordshire.
Good material of the maiden voyage of the R-101, Cardington, Bedfordshire.
Some good footage of the R 33 airship as it is flown and tested.
Massive funeral ceremony for the victims of the crash of the R 101 airship.
Shots of the wreckage of the Airship R 101 where it crashed in France.
Good documentary about the world in the early 1930s.
British air ministry experts investigate the crash site of the R-101 airship.
RAF Cardington is given freedom of Bedford, shots of former airship crew members.
American Navy man lifted into the air when airship Akron lifts off.
The giant airship Akron docks with a shipboard mooring mast off the American coast.
Airship Bournemouth built and ready for tests & Professor Powell's balloon goes in the air.
A new airship 'Bournemouth' has a problem on a test fight in Cardington.
Hugo Eckener and Al Smith plan to moor airships on the top of the Empire State Building.
Good views of the airship Akron attached to its mooring mast.
The Graf Zeppelin airship picks up Commander Dr Eckener from Cardington and sails away within half an hour. Bedfordshire.