Space as we imagined it from 1865 through the 1950s

The Saturn Shuttle was an original 1952 concept for a reusable titanium skinned space plane that would go up like a rocket and land like an airplane. The ancestor of the Space Shuttle and the X-37B

 The Polaris and Orion. Many early concepts for rockets were just the German V2 rocket with added fins. Rockets like these were seen on TV by every Space Cadet.

The 1938 Rocketship
Classic art deco spacecraft design full of imagination. This model comes in a small and large size.

The Lunar Tractor
You have to be able to get construction work done once you get to the Moon. A tracked tank vehicle made sense until you had to get it to the Moon.

The Outer Space Ark
A rail launch system seemed like a great idea back in the day. There are still some proponents of this Earth shattering technology. Their ideas often collide with expense however.

The TWA Lunarliner.
Because everyone thought that space travel would become routine just like rail, automobile and air travel had.

The Projectile Coach Jules Verne dreamed of flying to the Moon back in 1865. This is an adaptation of what he thought a space projectile would look like. In grand Victorian style.

Your Rocket Corps Ray Gun.
   Because a Rocket Ranger needs to be prepared for anything

RETRO ROCKETS
Because of file space this series needed to be broken into two parts.

SERIES 1
This series includes

1)THE SATURN SHUTTLE

2) THE ORION

3) THE POLARIS
4) THE SMALL 1938 ROCKETSHIP
5) THE LUNAR TRACTOR

SERIES 2
This series includes

1)THE LARGE 1938 ROCKETSHIP

2) THE OUTER SPAVE ARK

3) THE JULES VERNE PROJECTILE COACH
4) THE LUNAR LINER
5) THE RAY GUN

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