The granddaughter of สล็อตออนไลน์ a man who worked on and became a historian of the airship industry says a new exhibition he inspired has left her "emotional".
Emily Alleyne, from Bedford, features in a new audio-visual artwork, Escaping Gravity, by Mike Stubbs, that captures Den Burchmore's personal story.
It is the centrepiece of a new exhibition called Airship Dreams at the town's museum, The Higgins.
It aims to celebrate the area's 100-year-old airship industry.
Mr Burchmore worked at the former RAF Cardington, whose two hangars still dominate the landscape to the south-east of Bedford, and on his retirement became the curator for the Airship Heritage Trust collection of artefacts and memorabilia.
The collection was stored at Cardington, but its hangars (known as Shed 1 and Shed 2) are now used by the film industry, so the items were transferred to the National Museum of the Royal Navy in Somerset.
Mr Burchmore died earlier this year and his own private collection is in the new exhibition, including his shed, which was specially reconstructed.
Ms Alleyne said: "It's very, very, emotional; he was so passionate about airships and the history; he had so much information and knowledge to share; to see it here is really heart-warming.
"The profile [of airships] needs to be raised, Cardington sheds are such a massive piece of our landscape, not everyone really realises and understands the history and the connection Bedford gave to the rest of the world in terms of flight and pioneering airships."
Ami Aubrey, programme producer for Bedford Creative Arts, which commissioned the exhibition, said: "We really need to capitalise on it and this could be the elevator to bring it to everyone's knowledge".