If you can ride it, fly it or drive it, IT belongs here.
Trains, planes, automobiles, motor cycles, or skateboards. Basicly anything that moves a person from one place to another.
The main subject of an image has to be some sort of transportation.
If something other than a means of transportation is the main subject of a image it will be deleted.
Don´t spam in the name of this group.
Don´t add "Seen in...", "Admired in..." or something like this in your comments.…
Vintage photographs of "house-proud" people from the 1800s to 1979. Post photos from your collection that show people posing in front of their homes. Each photo should include the exterior of a house and one or more people.
Photos of house-proud people and their houses will ideally convey the idea of "here's where we live" or "here's what our house looks like" or "our new house." Images that show an entire house—or a good portion of it—are especially encouraged so that we can see the types and…
Documents des temps passés... Photos & Cartes postales ( Avant 1990 )
Dokumente längst vergangener Zeiten... Photos & Ansichtskarten ( VOR 1990 )
This is the place for the vintage postcards that make you say, what the?!? Show us your strange, bizarre, grotesque, politically incorrect, and in poor taste postcards. Only include examples from your personal collection and not off the web. Please, do not post anything newer than the 1980s.
A group for sharing images of vintage printed ephemera. Please submit only images that belong to you and that show vintage examples of ephemera, preferably ones that were printed or produced before 1970.
"Ephemera" can refer to a wide range of things, but here's one definition that may be helpful: "Transient everyday items, usually printed and on paper, that are manufactured for a specific limited use, then often discarded" (from the Thesaurus for Graphic Materials by the Library of Congress)…
Add your vernacular photos here! They should be vintage, original, and of a vernacular nature. Only submit photos that belong to you.
Please refer to this description by Robin Lenman:
"Aesthetically unpretentious, generally functional images made by amateur snapshooters or grass-roots professionals (e.g. itinerant tintypists, photowallahs, or jobbing local portraitists) for everyday purposes such as creating keepsakes or recording mundane objects."
Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/V…
Many of us on road trips also visit odd museums, such as ones filled with taxidermy or skeletal remains, and although there are fantastic groups for outdoor roadside oddities, I've noticed a lack of anything dedicated to the things one stops for and enters along the way. Here is a spot to add stuffed Ferrets, Squirrels playing cards, the Frog Circus, a Fat Lady's dress, the largest collection of salt and pepper Shakers in the world, wax museums, eerie caves, haunted attractions or real houses, a…
Share your old photos
Every week, there will be a new theme. Post only one vintage photo (1800s-1979) from your collection that fits the theme. Tell us a little about it, like why you picked it (if it is not obvious), or where you purchased it, etc. I will pick some common themes, but will also try to throw in some strange ones just to keep things interesting. I look forward to seeing your photos!
This is a group for sharing the front covers of vintage magazines. A straight-on scan of the entire cover is best, but a photo is fine if it is straight-on. Please do not submit altered images or your own cover creations.
This group is intended to be a collection of interesting and beautiful magazine covers, especially those devoted to art, music, theater, and other areas of special interest. Duplicate covers will be removed. If possible, please add appropriate descriptions or keywords, includ…
A Bible verse needs to be in the title, on the photo itself, or in the description immediately under the photo. Quality photo. Family friendly!
What is the Lincoln Highway?
The Lincoln Highway was the first road across the USA. Actively promoted by entrepreneur Carl G. Fisher, the Lincoln Highway originally spanned coast-to-coast from Times Square in New York City to Lincoln Park in San Francisco through 13 states: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and California. In 1915, the "Colorado Loop" through Denver was removed, and in 1928, a realignment relocated…
Vintage images, black&white or colour.
Do this, don't do that, can't you read the signs! 8-D
Photographs of what is probably the majority of a family looking glum, bitchy, miserable, angry - whatever.
Please make sure that all of the family (or most) look this way - not just one person.
You get the picture.
Pre at least 1980 please, so that we don't get flooded with current digitals.
You know the ones. Your uncle has one growing algae on his back porch. You stick to them at your friends\' barbequeues in the summertime. They hide in sheds and garages everywhere. So bring 'em out!
(from the fl*ckr group by the same name, started by streunerin .)
photos, drawings, videos all allowed
If you walk this way then please join the group! 8-D
Any machines (working, resting or quietly rusting away) related to farms and agriculture- tractors, combines, silaging equipment, ploughs, cultivators, harrows, trailers, rollers, mowers, you name it!