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Lori Hefner • 1 year ago

Having enjoyed a good night's rest Browne was up early next morning in order to catch this glorious sunrise as the ship passed close to Cornwall, en route between Cherbourg and Queenstown, at about 6-45am. On the 11th. April 1912.

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