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ca. 1952
S.S. United States
United States Lines' UNITED STATES, built at Newport News, VA in 1952. She was the fastest passenger liner ever built, operating on the Atlantic between New York and Channel ports through 1969. Photo taken off Cowes, England.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. United States
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13 February 1965
S.S. United States
United States Lines' UNITED STATES sailing from New York, assisted by a Moran tug. The liner was built at Newport News, VA in 1952 and ran on the Atlantic through 1969. She was the all-time fastest ocean liner.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. United States, Moran Towing
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28 November 1964
R.M.S. Queen Mary
Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN MARY at New York. Vessel built at Clydebank, Scotland, entering transatlantic service in 1936. Retired in 1967 she became a shoreside attraction at Long Beach, CA, in which use she remains in 2015.
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Braun Brothers
Queen Mary, Cunard Line
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Olympic
White Star Line poster of R.M.S. OLYMPIC Europe to America
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Chase Posters
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Laurentic
Liverpool, Queenstown, Philadelphia
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Chase Posters
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A-boats
Cunard Line poster Boston to Europe
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Chase Posters
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Cunard Line Hamburg-New York Service
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Chase Posters
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ca. 1884
SS Britannic towing SS Celtic
This beautiful painting was done by British artist, and former Cunard Line Ship’s Officer, George Parker Greenwood. The scene depicts two White Star Line ships, the RMS Britannic (I) built in 1873 by Harland and Wolff of Ireland, towing the damaged RMS Celtic (I) (1872), probably back to Liverpool, England for repairs. Learn more about this painting in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/posner_display.html?posner_id=9
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George Parker Greenwood
posner, cunard, britannic, celtic, ireland, england, george parker greenwood, steamship, ocean liner, passenger liner
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Saxonia Class
To Canada
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Chase Posters
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Saturnia/Vulcania
American Indian
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Chase Posters
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01 December 1963
S.S. Stavangerfjord
Norwegian America Line's STAVANGERFJORD at New York. Built in 1917 by Cammell, Laird & Co. Ltd. Was requisitioned as troop depot ship by Germany during World War II, and used as a troopship in 1945 between Norway and the US. Returned to NAL after the war and resumed service after refit. Was scrapped in Hong Kong in 1964.
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Braun Brothers
Passenger Liner, stavangerfjord, norwegian america line, norway, world war two, troopship, ocean liner
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ca. 1948
S.S. Orcades
Liner ORCADES after Orient Line was merged into the P & O fleet. Vessel built by Vickers-Armstrong at Barrow in 1948. Fitted with accommodations for first and tourist class passengers. Broken up in 1973 in Taiwan.
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Braun Brothers
Passenger liner, orcades, ocean liner, Orient line, P & O, penninsular and oriental steam navigation company, orient steam navigation company,
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