Thanks to @Lemmy for the idea. The Hiddenburg was a large German commercial passenger-carrying rigid airship, the lead ship of theHindenburg class, the largest flying machines of any kind ever built. The airship flew from March 1936 until destroyed by fire 14 months later at the end of the first transatlantic journey of its second season of service. Thirty-six people died in the accident, which occurred while landing at Lakehurst Naval Air Station in Manchester Township, New Jersey. The event was widely reported by film, photography and radio media. The Hindenburg was named after the late Paul von Hindenburg (1847–1934), President of Germany (1925–1934). The Hiddenburg over NYC in 1936 Some black and white and colorized pics on the interior. Passenger cabin Cabin area hallways Reading and writing room The Promenade, Lounge and dining room with panorama windows. The smoking room, seemingly dangerous in an airship filled with hydrogen, was kept under positive pressure to prevent any of the gas from entering. A single electric lighter was provided to light your pipe, cigar or cigarette.