The launch of Gemini XII with Jim Lovell and Buzz Aldrin. I never knew a photo existed showing the transition of the two programs. Most likely, the Saturn V in the background was the 500F, which was a full size mock-up for mating testing or testing launchpad mechanisms before launches with live rockets would begin. Still, a very good photo documenting the transition from the Gemini to the Apollo program.
The transporter carries the 363-foot-high Apollo 12 Saturn V space vehicle from the VAB’s High Bay 3 at the start of the 3.5 mile rollout to Launch Complex 39A today. The transporter carried the 12.8 million pound load along the crawlerway at speeds under one mile per hour.