Our guess is that nowadays this would not be considered a good way of keeping baby safe.
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
This 18,150 grt liner was launched in July 1910, but only lasted 6 years before being sunk by a U-Boat in October 1916 in the Mediterranean during WW1. This is probably a construction photo. More info
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Sunday, March 28, 2021
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"The Handley Page H.P.42 and H.P.45 were four-engine biplane airliners designed and manufactured by British aviation company Handley Page, based in Radlett, Hertfordshire. It held the distinction of being the largest airliner in regular use in the world upon the type's introduction in 1931...
"G-AAUE, production number 42/2, was named after the Roman emperor Hadrian. Hadrian's first flight was on 24 June 1931. On the outbreak of the Second World War, Hadrian was impressed into No. 261 Squadron RAF as AS982, at RAF Odiham. On 6 December 1940, Hadrian was torn loose from its moorings at Doncaster Airport in a gale, cartwheeled, and ended up inverted on a railway track next to the airport. The aircraft was too badly damaged to be worth repairing. The aircraft made a brief appearance in the 1936 movie Song of Freedom starring Paul Robeson." (Wikipedia)
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