Aircraft and spacecraft
Design for a flying machine, Codex Atlanticus f.844r is a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci.
Design for a flying machine Codex Atlanticus f.858r is a drawing by Leonardo da Vinci.
Bell X-22 experimental VTOL (US)
Blohm & Voss BV 141 asymmetrical (Germany)
Boeing X-48B blended wing (US)
Caproni Ca.60 Noviplano nine-wing flying boat (Italy)
Columban CriCri (France)
Douglas X-3 Stiletto (US)
North American F-82 Twin Mustang twin fuselage interceptor (US)
Lockheed SR-71 blended fuselage delta (US)
McDonnell XF-85 Goblin experimental parasite fighter (US)
Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit stealth flying wing bomber (US)
Rutan Boomerang, an asymmetric airplane, intended to have less thrust asymmetry if one engine fails than a normal airplane would
Rutan SkiGull – parasol-winged airplane that can land on dry land, snow, calm water, and waves; can fly 8 miles on electric power alone
Rutan Voyager, first aircraft to circumnavigate Earth without stopping or refueling
Boeing YC-14, with high-mounted jet engines to blow air over the upper surface of the wing, increasing lift at low speeds
Airbus A³ Vahana, tiltwing VTOL personal aircraft
Flettner 282 (1940s, U.S. Air Force)
Hughes H-6 of Guardia di Finanza (Italy)
Kamov Ka-26 D-HOAW (CCCP)
Do-32K Kiebitz (unmanned, Germany)
V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft (USA)
Lockheed AH-56 Cheyenne compound helicopter (US)
Sikorsky S-67 prototype
Mil Mi-12, NATO name „Homer“, the largest built helicopter ever (prototype) - also known as V-12, late 1960s, CCCP.
Gyrodyne: The Fairey Rotodyne prototype, a combination of helicopter, autogyro and medium distance propeller airliner that never reached series production.
German autogyro FA330, towed by U-boats
Manlifter War Kite, constructed by Samuel Franklin Cody (U.K., 1908).
OTRAG rocket, one possible configuration. The concept was to assemble rockets of various sizes from identical, low-cost units.
ParkingHopper op langparkeerplaats P3 (Schiphol).
One wheel motorcycle (invented by Italian M. Goventosa from Udine).
Camel bus in La Habana, Cuba.
Nuclear jet- or rocket-powered bendy bus (prop for the film The Big Bus)
Unmotorized land vehicles (road)
Wheelbarrow with sails (nearby 西安 - Xi'an, China, early 20th century).
Bombardier Snowmobile, Canada.
sand yachts: InVentus Ventomobile (front) and ECN Impulse (background)
Theo Jansen's Walking Strandbeesten (Beach beasts)
Self propelled bridge, that says it all. See Type 81 self propelled bridge
A Humvee, equipped with four separate tracks for snow mobility (U.S. Army).
French railway car Voiture Ouest à impériale, 1891.
Schienenzeppelin or rail zeppelin (experimental railcar).
Bangor and Aroostook Railroad snowplow (defunct), Maine en.
Replica of Spooner's boat, Ffestiniog Railway
Tank train of the Red Guards in the Finnish civil war, 1918.
Street and/or Rail
Aerotrain im Technik Museum Speyer
Monorail, Brennan & Scherl (1907)
A SEPTA Subway–Surface trolley car travels along Market Street tunnel in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (2007).
Road-rail vehicle (Unimog on rails).
Early watercraft construction by Leonardo da Vinci.
SS Great Eastern, combining paddle wheels, sails and a screw.
Prisoner transport ship (Venice, Italy).
Landing Vehicle Tracked a.k.a. amphtrack, amtrak, amtrac etc., a portmanteau of amphibious tractor (LVT).
Rice planting machine made by Yanmar.
Beach carriage. See also Mudflat carriages.
No, it's not a sinking boat. It rides on tracks. See also Sea-going tractors.
Beach carriage. See also Sea-going tractors.
Cultivating the paddy fields. These things are dangerous… they have a reverse gear, you know.
Bathing machine (this one used by Queen Victoria)