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US Airways plane lands in the Hudson River Featured Related Images Image

US Airways plane lands in the Hudson River

Passengers stand on the wings of a U.S. Airways plane as a ferry pulls up to it after it landed in the Hudson River in New York, January 15, 2009. Local media said the plane was an Airbus with 146 passengers and five crew which had just taken off from La Guardia Airport and was trying to return after apparently striking a flock of birds. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE - RTR23FP8

Hippy Bus at the Woodstock Music Festival 1969 Featured Related Images Image

Hippy Bus at the Woodstock Music Festival 1969

Fans sitting on top of a painted bus at the Woodstock Music Festival, Bethel, New York, 15th-17th August 1969. The Festival was scheduled to end after "three days of peace and music" in upstate New York. The iconic event didn't stop going though, and it pushed on for an unscheduled fourth day.
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French prestigious Ocean Liner Normandie Featured Related Images Image

French prestigious Ocean Liner Normandie

Undated picture of the French prestigious Ocean Liner Normandie. The Normandie was built in Saint-Nazaire for Compagnie Gnrale Transatlantique and launched 29 October 1932. It was the largest and fastest ship in the world and many considered it the greatest of all ocean liners. In 1942, while being converted to a troopship during World War II, Normandie caught fire, capsized, and sank in New-York harbour. Although she was salvaged at great expense, restoration was deemed too costly, and she was scrapped in October 1946. (Photo by - / AFP)