Zeppelin station LZ 17 HANSA Leipzig * Germany around 1915 by Georg Heyde

Zeppelin station LZ 17 HANSA Leipzig * Germany around 1915 by Georg Heyde

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The Zeppelin LZ 17 Hansa was a German civilian rigid airship first flown in 1912. It was built to carry passengers and post and flew the first international passenger flight, visiting Denmark and Sweden in September 1912. The Imperial German Navy also used it during World War I who used it for bombing, reconnaissance, and finally as a training airship.

Here we have a very rare example of a Heyde, Hansa, hangar with zeppelin from around 1915. It still works despite its age and is in good general condition, with small traces of usage, the paintwork on the rear of the hanger is scratched though.