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27 September 1967
R.M.S. Queen Mary
The Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN MARY dressed fore and aft. Vessel built at Clydebank, Scotland, UK in 1936. Retired in 1967 and taken to Long Beach, CA for use as a convention center. Pictured here: at the end of her last run, arriving at Southampton, England
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Braun Brothers
R.M.S. Queen Mary, Queen Mary, Cunard Line
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05 September 1967
R.M.S. Queen Mary
The Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN MARY, built at Clydebank in 1936, docked at W. 50th St. Manhattan, New York
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Braun Brothers
R.M.S. Queen Mary, Queen Mary, Cunard Line
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R.M.S. Queen Mary
Bow of QUEEN MARY at her New York pier
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Edward O. Clark
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November 1965
R.M.S. Queen Mary
The Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN MARY at Pier 92 North River in New York. Vessel built at Clydebank, Scotland and entered service in 1936.
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Braun Brothers
R.M.S. Queen Mary, Queen Mary, Cunard Line
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07 March 1970
R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth 2
The Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH 2 at Pier 92 North River, New York.
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Braun Brothers
R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth 2, Cunard Line
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R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth
Cunard Line's QUEEN ELIZABETH makes her final departure from New York on October 30, 1968. Her maiden voyage was a closely guarded secret during WWII in 1940. She entered her intended luxury service in 1946. Twenty-two years later the trans-Atlantic jet airliners had reduced her passenger lists, resulting in her retirement.
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Edward O. Clark
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20 October 1968
R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth
Cunard liner QUEEN ELIZABETH at New York. Vessel built at Clydebank, Scotland in 1940. After troop carrying during World War II, the liner entered her intended transatlantic service for Cunard Line operating opposite the very similar QUEEN MARY of 1936. She was retired in the fall of 1968.
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Braun Brothers
R.M.S. Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Line
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R.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH
Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN ELIZABETH makes a grand exit from New York Harbor after over 28 years calling at the port. She and her near sister QUEEN MARY were the pair that provided a weekly express service, the only one by a single company.
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Edward O. Clark
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R.M.S. Aquitania poster
LMS Express & Cunard Liner The Highest Standard of Comfort in Rail and Ocean Travel
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Chase Posters
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Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth
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Chase Posters
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Mauretania (ii)
Cunard Liner Mauretania of 1939. View of stacks looling aft on the starboard side.
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Edward O. Clark
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11 January 1969
M/V France
French Line's FRANCE sailing from New York, NY. Vessel built at St. Nazaire, France in 1962. Assisted by the Moran Towing Company's tug Eugenia Moran.
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Braun Brothers
M\V France, France, Moran Towing, Eugenia Moran, Tug Eugenia Moran
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