National Geographic : 1925 Jan
4 Photograph by Pacific and Atlantic THE "SHENANDOAH" AND THE "LOS ANGELES" SIDE BY SIDE IN THE LAKEHURST HANGAR Though the Shenandoah is purely a military type of rigid airship, its transcontinental cruise blazed theway for commercial rigid ships, ofwhich the Los Angeles .(ZR-3) is the forerunner. Though the former is 24 feet longer than the latter, it is smallerindiameter and, therefore, ingas capacity. The Lakehurst hangar is the largest "single room" in the world, and could house three Woolworth buildings, lying side byside. Itrepresents an outlay of $3,600,000.