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Trains, Planes, & Automobiles - Transportation Pictures

What came first? The camera, or the automobile? Surprisingly, it was the car. But in historical terms, only marginally, as the camera came along only a year and a bit after the car, in 1888. Ever since, wonderful transportation images have been captured by proficient photographers. And it’s hard to believe that one of the most widely used means of transportation today – the airplane – was invented over 110 years ago. Or even that the camera, another Victorian invention, has allowed us to marvel at transportation images for so long.

Although Europeans account for 20% of the global population today, they own 80% of the world’s cars. Meaning that Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Rome, and London provide countless opportunities for taking fascinating pictures of transportation. Perhaps it is a Boeing 747 propelling itself into a clear blue sky that you want to see in our images of transportation? Or perhaps it’s a train winding its way up a beautiful Canadian mountain? Whatever it is, we’re confident that EyeEm will not disappoint you.

You’ll find more than just motorized means of getting around in our transportation pictures. You’ll find bicycles of all shapes and sizes. If you’ve ever been to Amsterdam, then you’ll have seen the many bicycles parked outside Central Station awaiting their owners’ return. We don’t need to tell you how much of a captivating sight it is. The photographers at EyeEm have been out capturing Europe’s wonderful cycling habits in transportation images that will move you.

Whatever your project, EyeEm is sure to have the perfect images of transportation to meet your needs. It’s simple: All you have to do is pay a one-time fee, then get to work using your new photos for your website, booklet, or other creative endeavor.

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