This beautiful photograph was captured by Michael F. Allen, he's a photographer who specialises in shooting classic steam locomotives in the US...
This remarkably sharp image is a great indicator of just how much steam power was used in the pre-gasoline/diesel era, makes me a little nostalgic for a time long before my time.
After seeing this picture I've realised that we need to bring back steam trains. I've also realised that the Beetle used to be a very popular car.
The Grounding of the Princess May is one of the most famous shipwreck photographs in the world, after she ran aground in 1910 the photographs spread around the globe with startling speed and the stories of heroism on board began to emerge from the survivors.
There's something captivating about the photograph on the left, even though it's a still image it still manages to somehow convey both a sense of speed and a sense of noise, even over 100 years later.