T-shirts for the bands Killing Joke from England and Orange County, California’s M.I.A. get an airing in this action shot taken at an unknown punk rock concert in Florida during the late 1980s, possibly early 1990s. From the B/W negative archive.
A late 1970s photo (retouched due to the poor quality of the actual image) of one of the Nautilus submarines used in the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea: Submarine Voyage attraction at Disney World in Orlando. Based on the classic 1954 Disney movie that brought Jules Verne novel to life, the ride was extremely popular during its years of operation (1971-1994). Boarding one of the submarines, the guests would sit below water level where they could glimpse sea life, wrecked […]
Announced by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, Space Station Freedom was never built but it did give way to multiple design changes over the years to finally morph into the International Space Station. This image from the black & white negative archive shows the duel keel design of Space Station Freedom, which was popular back in 1986, in a display at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Note this exhibit shows the Space Shuttle, which would have been used to […]
Years ago at the beginning of the Space Shuttle Program and long before the International Space Station, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex used to have a mockup of a future space station complete with animatronic astronauts. The idea was this is something the Space Shuttle would help to build although it looked a little sci-fi to keep it interesting. Sadly, this large station would not be built but the exhibit was fun. You know they are in space because the […]