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A Work in Progress

As it turns out Life is in fact about the journey...

Boat Club!

Boat Club!

(Source: nantucket-sleighride)

Celeste is perhaps the perfect color for a bicycle.

Celeste is perhaps the perfect color for a bicycle.

cadenced:

Hercules Tandem advertisement found on Mark Gell’s Flickr stream.

Tandemonium

cadenced:

Hercules Tandem advertisement found on Mark Gell’s Flickr stream.

Tandemonium

tash-n-tweed:

Shirt-(button down collar Oxford)-Charles Tyrwhitt, Tie-Lock&Co, Fairisle-New&Lingwood, Blazer-Ralph Lauren, Pocket Square-P.Beretta

Feelin’ the need for tweed. But it’s going to be 97 tomorrow. Seersucker isn’t packed away yet.

tash-n-tweed:

Shirt-(button down collar Oxford)-Charles Tyrwhitt, Tie-Lock&Co, Fairisle-New&Lingwood, Blazer-Ralph Lauren, Pocket Square-P.Beretta

Feelin’ the need for tweed. But it’s going to be 97 tomorrow. Seersucker isn’t packed away yet.

(Source: trash-n-tweed, via lord-of-hahn)

elegant-autumn:
Want some now.

elegant-autumn:

Want some now.

(via breadandolives)

Home.

Home.

(Source: nantucket-sleighride)

thesixthduke:

Nice collection.

thesixthduke:

Nice collection.

(Source: naveedismail, via anchoredinannapolis)

Hello Lloyd. Been away, but now I’m back.

Hello Lloyd. Been away, but now I’m back.

(Source: thetr, via maltbyclothiers)

What Modern Was…
PRR 3768, was a standard Pennsylvania Railroad K4s 4-6-2 pacific class locomotive shrouded in a streamlined skin. Dubbed “The Torpedo” by crews, it pulled the famed NYC - Chicago Broadway Limited, made up of similarly streamlined Pullman cars, all a part of the Pennsy’s “Fleet of Modernism.  It was conceived by the father of industrial design, Raymond Loewy in 1936 to compete with the New York Central’s 20th Century Limited which was pulled by a streamlined Hudson locomotive designed by compeitor Henry Dreyfuss.    No. 3768 is shown here with another Loewy design, the Studebaker.  He also designed the Coke bottle. 

What Modern Was…

PRR 3768, was a standard Pennsylvania Railroad K4s 4-6-2 pacific class locomotive shrouded in a streamlined skin. Dubbed “The Torpedo” by crews, it pulled the famed NYC - Chicago Broadway Limited, made up of similarly streamlined Pullman cars, all a part of the Pennsy’s “Fleet of Modernism.  It was conceived by the father of industrial design, Raymond Loewy in 1936 to compete with the New York Central’s 20th Century Limited which was pulled by a streamlined Hudson locomotive designed by compeitor Henry Dreyfuss.    No. 3768 is shown here with another Loewy design, the Studebaker.  He also designed the Coke bottle. 

(Source: hotrodzandpinups, via maltbyclothiers)

doyoulikevintage:

No. 4464 “Bittern”, a London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) Class A4 steam locomotive was built in 1937 at Doncaster Works.  The Bittern is a streamlined 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. She is a thing of absolute beauty from the machine age which has withstood the test of time and is still certified for mainline use in Britain. 

doyoulikevintage:

No. 4464Bittern”, a London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) Class A4 steam locomotive was built in 1937 at Doncaster Works.  The Bittern is a streamlined 4-6-2 Pacific locomotive designed by Sir Nigel Gresley. She is a thing of absolute beauty from the machine age which has withstood the test of time and is still certified for mainline use in Britain. 

(Source: specialcar)

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