Apollo 11 S-IC first stage in the Vehicle Assembly Building transfer aisle. A crane lifts the Saturn first stage.
The S-II second stage is moved into position for mating with the S-IC first stage
This photo shows the S-IVB third stage being hoisted into position for mating with the second stage.
The S-IVB third stage is moved into position for mating
Apollo 11 CSM (Command Service Module) being moved from its work stand for mating
The Apollo 11 Command/Service Module (CSM-107) being readied for transfer to the Vehicle Assembly Building.
This photo shows the Apollo 11 Command-and-Service Module being mated to the spacecraft adapter.
Apollo 11 Saturn V rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building. 20 May 1969.
Aerial view of the Apollo 11 Saturn V rollout from the Vehicle Assembly Building. 20 May 1969
This photo is a ground-level view of the Apollo 11 Saturn V during transport. The vehicle is 363 feet (111 meters) tall.
Apollo 11 Saturn V on the Crawler as it begins to go up the ramp to Pad 39-A. This photo clearly shows the hydraulic jacking capabilities of the Crawler, keeping the vehicle perfectly straight up as it climbs the grade. Note the diesel smoke as the crawler moves it's multi-million pound load up the hill.