can they imagine too?
Dear Disney: Bring this back. Do it now.
Rick Guidice - Inside of a Gerard K O’Neill cylinder style space station, 1970’s.
General Motors Futurama Building | NY World’s Fair 1964 | Architects: Albert Kahn Associates
From OFFICIAL SOUVENIR FLASH CARD SET 1964-1965 NEW YORK WORLD’S FAIR PICTURES Back of card reads: The General Motors Futurama Building The nearly 230,000-square-foot General Motors Futurama building is a landmark for Fair visitors. Entrance to the huge white building is a ten-story-high canopy, constructed of 39 spars rising 110 feet along its face. Behind the canopy, the main portion of the 680-foot-long building houses the exciting 1,700-foot Futurama ride. The building terminates in a dramatic domed pavilion, in which current General Motors cars and other products are displayed. On top of the pavilion, rising the equivalent of eight stories above the ground, is a 40-foot-wide sculpted indicator which revolves, flashing the time and temperature in large illuminated numerals.
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