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Luxury Liner Row, Manhattan, New York, 1939 - From top to Bottom are "Monarch of Bermuda", The "Fort Townshend", The "Conte di Savoia", The "Aquatania" (Sister ship to the Lusitania), The "Britannic", The "Normandie", The "De Grasse", The "Bremen" and The "Columbus". All but three of these ship would later sink. The Three that did not sink were the Aquatania, The Britannic and the Fort Townshend.

Mauretania Construction Photograph of the nearly completed vessel 'Mauretania' in September 1906. The West shed used to build the “Mauretania” was 728 ft long x 95 ft wide x 130 ft high complete with a glass roof. It survived until 1959. RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside. Reference: TWAS: 2931.NT.13

1950's Greek Olympia Ship Ocean Liner Vintage Poster

1950 Greek Line Olympia Ocean Liner Shipping Poster This is a stunning original travel poster in A condition, linen mounted. Printed in the by Arti Grafiche G. Schenone in Genova (Genoa) Italy,

Mauretania leaving the Tyne for sea trials. The Mauretania was built by the shipbuilders Swan Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd, at the Wallsend shipyard and was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside. From a collection of quarter plate glass negatives of photographs taken by James William Coleby, of Willington Quay.

1931 Canadian Pacific S.S. Empress of Britain Ocean Liner Real Photo RPPC Postcard, Antique / Vintage Ephemera

1931 Canadian Pacific S.S. Empress of Britain Ocean Liner Ship Real Photo Postcard, Vintage