mooring mast


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a tower for mooring airships

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Now the fifth engine was added to pull the airship backwards to aid in her getting to the mooring mast.
Even though the British always trailed the Germans in technology, they did develop the mooring mast in 1919.
The airship had left England on the "all-red route" to India: "Godspeed" they had said as she left her mooring mast one dark night - some of her crew using their flashlights at her windows to flash back "Goodbye".
It is 102 storeys high, has 85 floors of commercial space, one flight to the Observation Deck and a mooring mast structure that adds another 16 storeys.
These ranged from piping snow and ice balls from Antarctica to water the Australian desert, through orbiting nuclear bombs and a car driven from the back seat, to a television tower with a revolving restaurant, an airship mooring mast, a transparent globe for meditation and tanks from which beer could be piped to nearby houses.