I’d love to know when this picture was taken, it’d probably be safe to guess mid to late 1950s but if you happen to know when, where or why, shoot us a message on Twitter here or Facebook here. It’s quite likely that it was on a promotional shoot before its introduction to the American market but as with many of these older images, it’s impossible to know for certain.
The Sebago Wool Cruiser Coat is just about the perfect gentleman’s sporting jacket, it’s made from heavy Mackinaw Wool combined with soft Sebago leather and has 4 front pockets to hold your spare 12 gauge shells, cigars and hip flask.
The concept of landing a plane on the underside of a moving airship at altitude it so utterly mad that it instantly becomes an addition to my bucket list.
This BBC documentary, titled “To Mars By A-Bomb – The Secret History of Project Orion”, is one of the most fascinating 60 minute films I’ve seen so far this year.