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Nikola Tesla Images

Images and photographs of, or related to, Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla Wardenclyffe Images

Dr. Nikola Tesla with his Wardenclyffe tower on Long Island, New York

Dr. Nikola Tesla with his Wardenclyffe tower on Long Island, New York
Dr. Nikola Tesla - Long Island, New York
Type: image - Added: 8/31/2017

Tesla's futuristic concept of war in which machines would fight each other

Tesla's futuristic concept of war in which machines would fight each other
FIGURE 1 Tesla stated that the purpose of the scientist was to facilitate man's velocity along the path of reason, against natural destructive tendencies, Paul Frank illustrated Tesla's...
Type: image - Added: 8/12/2015

The 200-foot "Tesla's tower" at Shoreham, Long Island

The 200-foot "Tesla's tower" at Shoreham, Long Island
The 200-foot "Tesla's tower" at Shoreham, Long Island, destroyed by dynamite blast in 1914. Its purpose, Tesla explains, was to feed tremendous electric currents into the earth for...
Type: image - Added: 6/20/2015

Commemorative Bronze Plaque Donated

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Commemorative Bronze Plaque Donated
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

The Tesla Wardenclyffe tower with lab in background and car in foreground

The Tesla Wardenclyffe tower with lab in background and car in foreground
Tesla's "wonder tower," the first transmission tower in the world, was located less than two miles from the RCA high power radio tower at Rocky Point.
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

Office and experimental area inside Tesla's laboratory, Wardenclyffe

Office and experimental area inside Tesla's laboratory, Wardenclyffe
Office and experimental area inside Tesla's laboratory. A rare view.
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

Tesla Wardenclyffe tower patent

Tesla Wardenclyffe tower patent
One of Tesla's patents for transmitting electrical power through the air.
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

Technical drawing of the Tesla Wardenclyffe tower

Technical drawing of the Tesla Wardenclyffe tower
Fig. 1 — Dimensions of Tesla's tower. (Drawn to scale.)
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

How the Tesla Tower built on Long Island would have looked completed

How the Tesla Tower built on Long Island would have looked completed
This photograph of a model shows how the Tesla Tower built on Long Island, eighteen years ago, would have looked completed. From its appearance nobody would infer that it was to be used for the great...
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

Tesla Wardenclyffe laboratory when owned by Peerless Photo

Tesla Wardenclyffe laboratory when owned by Peerless Photo
The Tesla laboratory designed by Stanford White as it is today. Located on Route 25A between Rocky Point and Wading River, it is owned by Peerless Photo Products, Inc.
Type: image - Added: 3/1/2015

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