1924 in aviation
This is a list of aviation-related events from 1924:
1924 in aviation - Wikipedia
1924 in rail transport
This article lists events related to rail transport that occurred in 1924.
Peugeot 5CV
Peugeot 5CV was a popular name for several models of the Peugeot Type 172 between 1925 and 1929.
The first of the 5CV series was the Type 172 BC, itself a new model, though similar to the Quadrile...
Peugeot 5CV - Wikipedia
RNLB Lord Southborough (Civil Service No. 1) (ON 688)
RNLB Lord Southborough (Civil Service No. 1) (ON 688) was a Watson Class motor lifeboat which was stationed at Margate Lifeboat Station in the English county of Kent in the United Kingdom. She was sta...
Shandaken Tunnel
The Shandaken Tunnel is a tunnel in Eastern New York State, part of the New York City water supply system. It was constructed between 1916 and 1924. The aqueduct starts in Gilboa, New York at the Scho...
Shandaken Tunnel - Wikipedia
SS Princess Kathleen (1924)
The SS Princess Kathleen was a passenger and freight steamship owned and operated by Canadian Pacific Steamships. She served the coastal communities of British Columbia, Alaska and Washington. The P...
SS Princess Kathleen (1924) - Wikipedia
Slate Creek Bridge
The Slate Creek Bridge is a riveted steel Parker pony truss bridge spanning the Blue River 9 miles (14.5 km) north of Silverthorne, Colorado. It is named after the road it carries, Slate Creek Ro...
Slate Creek Bridge - Wikipedia
Roseville Bridge
The Roseville Bridge, a concrete box girder bridge located adjacent to the suburb of Roseville, crosses the Middle Harbour in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. The bridge carries Warringah Road, par...
Roseville Bridge - Wikipedia
Japanese destroyer Yūnagi (1924)
Yūnagi (夕凪, ”Evening Calm”) was the ninth and final vessel of the Kamikaze-class destroyers built for the Imperial Japanese Navy following World War I. Advanced for their time, these ships se...
Japanese destroyer Yūnagi (1924) - Wikipedia
Lexington Bridge (Lexington, Missouri)
The Lexington Bridge was a seven-span truss bridge on Route 13 over the Missouri River at Lexington, Missouri between Ray County, Missouri and Lafayette County, Missouri. It opened on October 31, 1924...
Lexington Bridge (Lexington, Missouri) - Wikipedia
Boonslick Bridge
The Boonslick Bridge is a series of girder bridges on U.S. Route 40, Route 5, and Route 87 across the Missouri River between Cooper County, Missouri and Howard County, Missouri at Boonv...
Boonslick Bridge - Wikipedia
MG 14/28
The MG 14/28 Super Sports launched in 1924 was the second line of cars produced by W R Morris's Morris Garages Limited in their enterprise later known as the The MG Car Company Limited. The first line...
MG 14/28 - Wikipedia
HMS Hector (F45)
HMS Hector was an armed merchant cruiser of the Royal Navy. Initially built as a cargo liner, she was requisitioned by the Admiralty during the Second World War. She was sunk in a Japanese air attack ...
HMS Hector (F45) - Wikipedia
HNLMS K XI
HNLMS K XI was the first of three K XI-class submarines of the Royal Netherlands Navy, built to serve as a patrol vessel in the Dutch colonies.
K XI was built by the Fijenoord shipyard at Rotterda...
HNLMS K XI - Wikipedia
SS De Grasse
SS De Grasse was an ocean liner built in 1920-1924 by Cammell Laird, Birkenhead, United Kingdom for the Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, and launched in February 1924.
She was refitted for Cana...
SS De Grasse - Wikipedia
Blue Line (MBTA)
The Blue Line is a rapid transit line in the Greater Boston metropolitan area, one of four subway lines operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA). It runs from Bowdoin station ...
Blue Line (MBTA) - Wikipedia
USS V-1 (SF-4)
USS Barracuda (SF-4/SS-163), lead ship of her class and first of the "V-boats," was the second ship of the United States Navy to be named for the barracuda (after USS F-2). Her keel was laid down at P...
USS V-1 (SF-4) - Wikipedia
SS Brulin
SS Brulin was a lake freighter that worked the North American Great Lakes routes from 1924 to 1960. She was renamed Outarde in 1939, and James J. Buckler in 1960, shortly before she ran aground and sa...
SS Brulin - Wikipedia
Grofri
Grofri was the brand of cars manufactured in Austria from 1924 to 1927 under the licence of the French Amilcar. SV 903 cc or 1074 cc four-cylinder engines were used in these sporting cycleca...
Grofri - Wikipedia
Tatra 13
Tatra 13 is a vintage truck made by Czech manufacturer Tatra. It was manufactured between 1924 and 1933.The truck was derived from model Tatra 11, with which it shared components and differed from it ...
Tatra 13 - Wikipedia
SS Letitia
SS Letitia was an ocean liner, built initially for service with the Anchor-Donaldson Line. She continued to serve with its successor company Donaldson Atlantic Line, and was requisitioned for service ...
SS Letitia - Wikipedia