Remnants of the Tuckerton Tower in Southern NJ. A secret German radio tower from WWI that once was the tallest structure in the world and used to transmit secrets back to Germany. There are a couple of these “anchors” strewn about town, some in the middle of the street like this one. [1342 X 1106]

Remnants of the Tuckerton Tower in Southern NJ. A secret German radio tower from WWI that once was the tallest structure in the world and used to transmit secrets back to Germany. There are a couple of these “anchors” strewn… Continue Reading

Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport for WWI, sunk by German U-boat July 17, 1918. [1899×2230]

Cunard steamship RMS CARPATHIA in Dry Dock 4 at Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, 1913. Launched in 1902 at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. In April 1912 she rescued 705 passengers in lifeboats from the RMS TITANIC. Converted to troop transport… Continue Reading

Chilean battleship ‘Almirante Latorre’ in drydock. She served in the Grand Fleet as HMS Canada for the duration of WWI and saw action during the Battle of Jutland. Date and location unknown. [636 × 979]

Chilean battleship ‘Almirante Latorre’ in drydock. She served in the Grand Fleet as HMS Canada for the duration of WWI and saw action during the Battle of Jutland. Date and location unknown. [636 × 979]

Ruins of Gommecourt Chateau, France. The small community of Gommecourt sat on the front lines for years, changing hands numerous times, and was bombed into near-oblivion by the end of WWI. [1500 x 1034]

Ruins of Gommecourt Chateau, France. The small community of Gommecourt sat on the front lines for years, changing hands numerous times, and was bombed into near-oblivion by the end of WWI. [1500 x 1034]