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Last of the Steam Tugs

This is the ‘Saturn’, a 1908 German steam tug which saw active duty right up until 1979. That made it the very last serving steam tug in Germany and earned it a place in the Rostock Shipping Museum, where it still resides today. 55 more words

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Deep Cheese

Space stilton. Galactic gorgonzola. Rocketfort. Whatever it is, this planet’s loaded with it. Markus Rollb├╝hler, making his TLCB debut, has built the perfect vehicle for cosmic blue cheese mining. 73 more words

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Come Fly With Me

It’s a bumper haul today at The Lego Car Blog, thanks to Tim Henderson and his wonderful collection of retro-futuristic hover cars. Loosely based on all manner of classic American machinery, Tim’s hover car concepts update their historic counterparts with a whole lot more vertical ability. 85 more words

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Once in a Blue Moon

We know even less about sky-fi than we do about sci-fi, so apologies to any sky-fi fans out there – this post is going skip all our usual storytelling guff and get straight to the point. 59 more words

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Byker Grove

For those of you unfamiliar with 1990s teen tv set in a scummy youth club in Northern England, here’s the link you’ve been missing all your life. 85 more words

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To Boldly Go

We really don’t understand the appeal of Start Trek. From our limited knowledge of the show we have determined that it was mostly William Shatner visiting a variety of alien planets, whose principal characteristic seemed to be being shoddily constructed from cardboard, in order to pick up hot alien babes. 122 more words

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Mortal Engines

There’s an arms-race going on in the SUV market at the moment, with small rich women continually trying to one-up each other in their quest for the largest and most pointless school-run vehicle. 111 more words

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