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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE at New York, surrounded by floating ice. Built in 1962, this liner served until 1974, when she was retired due to loss of business to the airlines. Rebuilt as a cruise ship, she returned to service in 1980 as NORWAY.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE sailing from New York with assistance from tug EUGENIA MORAN.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
Frence Line's FRANCE sailing from New York in ice. Vessel built in 1962 at St. Nazaire, Fr.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE sailing from New York in ice. Vessel built at St. Nazaire, Fr. in 1962.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Flandre
French Line's FLANDRE sailing from New York, assisted by a Moran tug. Vessel built at Dunkirk, France in 1952.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Empress of Scotland
Canadian Pacific's EMPRESS OF SCOTLAND a) EMPRESS OF JAPAN (ii) c) HANSEATIC leaving New York. Vessel built at Govan, Scotland in 1930.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Empress of England
EMPRESS OF ENGLAND, Canadian Pacific liner. built in 1957 by Vickers-Armstrongs of Newcastle. Sold to Shaw-Savill in 1970 and renamed b) OCEAN MONARCH. Sold for scrap, 1975.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Bremen
North German Lloyd's BREMEN a)PASTEUR at New York. Vessel built at St. Nazaire, France in 1939.
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Edward O. Clark
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S. A. Oranje
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Braun Brothers
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Raffaello
Italian Line's RAFFAELLO at New York. Vessel built in 1965 for service between New York and Mediterranean ports.
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Braun Brothers
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1900-10
R.M.S. Saxonia
The RMS Saxonia (1899) was a British Cunard Line passenger ship launched in 1899 and scrapped in 1925. She was built by John Brown and Company Ltd, of Glasgow, Scotland. The SS Ivernia was her sister ship. Saxonia was 14,281 tons, and 176 feet in length, rather small for the times. She was launched in December 1899 and entered service for Cunard in 1900 on the Liverpool to Boston route until 1911. She served as a POW ship and troop transport during WWI. After the war it she went back to Cunard on the Liverpool to New York route. Learn more about this painting in the Posner Virtual Museum: http://www.sshsa.org/posner_display.html?posner_id=14
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Posner Maritime
posner, saxonia, steamship, passenger liner, ocean liner, cunard, royal mail ship, W. Bennet,
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R.M.S. Queen Mary
Cunard Line's QUEEN MARY leaving her Manhattan pier. Built in 1936, she held the Blue Riband for transatlantic speed from 1938 to 1952. Assisted by Moran Towing's E. F. MORAN JR.
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Edward O. Clark
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