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SPACE: EXTERNAL FUEL TANK.
The external fuel tank for the STS-3 Mission of the Space Shuttle Columbia, being transported to the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photograph, 1981.
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SPACE SHUTTLE: FUEL TANK.
A Space Shuttle external fuel tank arriving at Kennedy Space Center in Florida. Photograph, c1998.
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HINE: CHILD LABOR, 1908.
Boys carting home scrap wood for fuel from a factory they work for in Cincinnati, Ohio. Photograph by Lewis Hine, August 1908.
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BOTANY: EUPHORBIA LATHYRIS.
A mole plant (Euphorbia lathyris), considered a possible source of hydrocarbon fuel, held in the hand of a researcher at the U.S. Department of Energy. Photographed c1985.
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0175175
B-52 BOMBER, c1960.
A Boeing B-52 Stratofortress (left) being refuled in mid-flight by a Boeing KC-135 Stratotanker. Photographed c1960.
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TECHNOLOGY.
Germany, Bavaria, Munich - Children with a limousine and a racing car driven by the smallest diesel engine all over the world - 01.03.1948.
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AIRCRAFT CARRIER: REFUELING.
The crew of the aircraft carrier USS Lexington watches as a tanker refuels their ship during World War II. Photograph, c1943.
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MELVIN CALVIN (1911-1997).
American chemist. Photographed c1985 with mole plants (Euphorbia Lathyris), which he had promoted as a possible source of hydrocarbon fuel.
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IRELAND: PEAT DIGGING.
Men cutting peat from a bog and loading it on a donkey, near Kiltoom, County Roscommon, Ireland. Stereograph, c1903.
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GAS WORKS, 1815.
An American coal gas works of 1815. Contemporary wood engraving.
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LOCOMOTIVE.
diesel engine of New York Central System c. 1945. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0111939
NEW YORK CENTRAL, c1955.
A diesel locomotive, GM EMD E9, at the head of a luxury train, c1955.
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KOREAN WAR: SHIP REFUELING.
The destroyer USS Shelton and the aircraft carrier USS Antietam refueling from the tanker USS Tolovana in Korean waters. The aircraft carrier USS Essex, in the the background, awaits her turn. Photograph, 1953.
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0170447
NUCLEAR POWER, c1970.
An operator in an American nuclear power plant removing a nuclear fuel bundle, manufactured by General Electric of Schenectady, New York, from a pool in the fuel storage room. Photographed c1970.
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0118348
GOLD RUSH, 1849.
Prospectors on their way to California cooking supper by the trailside in the American West, using buffalo chips as fuel. Drawing by an unidentified artist, 1849.
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0130743
IRELAND: PEAT FUEL, c1903.
Women carrying peat for fuel in the village of Dooagh on Achill Island, Ireland. Stereograph, c1903.
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COPPER TUBING, c1942.
Coils of copper tubing at the Chase Copper and Brass Company in Euclid, Ohio, to be shipped to U.S. armed forces in World War II, where they will be used as fuel and oil lines. Photograph by Alfred Palmer, 1942.
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INDUSTRY: OIL PIPELINE.
Oil pipeline being laid - the largest at the time - between Texas and the Atlantic coast, in order to supply fuel to Allied units during World War II. The pipeline is 24 inches in diameter and coated in asphalt paint. Photograph, c1944.
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VIN DIESEL (1967- ).
American actor, in the role of Private Caparzo in the World War II film, 'Saving Private Ryan,' directed by Stephen Spielberg, 1998.
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BOLIVIA: WATER, 1977.
A diesel engine, supplied by the United Nations Development Progam, pumps ground water for irrigation in the valley of Cochabamba, Bolivia, 1977.
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ENGLAND: COAL MINING.
The old engine house at Dalcouth, site of one of James Watt and Matthew Boulton's steam engines. Wood engraving, English, 19th century.
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COAL MINING, 1867.
A miner with a hydraulic coal-cutting machine. Wood engraving, English, 1867.
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0077624
GAS WORKS, 1884.
An American coal gas works of 1884. Contemporary wood engraving.
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0185275
SPACE STATION, 1990s.
Chart depicting the various uses of a manned space station in the 1990s. Illustration, c1990.
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HISTORY.
Vaporine, homogeneous fuel for cars, poster by Eugene Le Mouel (1859-1934). Detail, France, 19th century. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
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0069739
SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS.
Readying the Spirit of St. Louis for Charles A. Lindbergh's non-stop trans-Atlantic flight in May 1927.
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0121962
GASOLINE PLANT, c1942.
Phillips gasoline plant at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Photograph by Jack Delano, c1942.
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0100636
WORLD WAR II: U-BOAT, 1943.
Crew member operating the fuel pump of a German U-Boat during World War II. Photographed in 1943.
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COAL MINERS, 1942.
Miners in the room where lamps are kept at Montour #4 mine in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Photograph by John Collier, November 1942.
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FRANCE.
Large briquet pile used as an efficient means to fuel trains. No Credit Given.
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SHETLAND ISLANDS, SCOTLAND.
A woman gathers peat as a substitute to burn for fuel. Charles S. Olcott.
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0171694
ALASKA: MILITARY PIPELINE.
A pipeline construction crew laying 8-inch pipe near Fairbanks, Alaska, November 1954, part of a project intended to supply jet fuel from tankers at the port of Haines to nearby Eielson Air Force base.
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0170179
FILM: SAVING PRIVATE RYAN.
The cast of the World War II film, 'Saving Private Ryan,' directed by Stephen Spielberg, 1998.
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0125744
OIL CRISIS, 1979.
Cars lined up for gas at a service station in Maryland at the time of the oil crisis, 15 June 1979. Photographed by Warren K. Leffler.
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0088804
NATURAL GAS, 1885.
Natural gas wells in Murraysvile, Westmoreland County, in southwestern Pennsylvania. Wood engravings from an American newspaper of 1885.
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0166067
ATLANTIC BLAUGAS.
Man welding, using Blaugas system as fuel, New York City. Photograph, 1912.
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NEW YORK: WELDING, 1912.
A man welding, using Blaugas system as fuel, New York City. Photograph, 1912.
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ALASKA: OIL FIELD, 1969.
A workman adjusting the flow of diesel fuel from a 'pillow tank' (made from a rubberized fabric that is unaffected by low temperatures) to an oil rig in the North Slope region of Alaska. Photographed in 1969.
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HOT AIR BALLOON GAS TANK.
Cart carrying fuel for a hot air balloon. 19th century engraving.
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0002177
RUDOLF DIESEL (1858-1913).
German mechanical engineer. Diesel's first model of his internal combustion engine, 1893.
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