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The British liner RMS Queen Mary arrives in New York harbour, 20 June 1945, with thousands of U.S. troops from Europe. The Queen Mary still wears her light grey war paint.

The British liner RMS Queen Mary arrives in New York harbour, 20 June 1945, with thousands of U.S. troops from Europe. The Queen Mary still wears her light grey war paint.

OCEAN LINER POSTCARD

Ocean Liner Postcard

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亗 Dr. Emporio Efikz 亗 blog | Steampunk Airship - U. Zeidler

亗 Dr. Emporio Efikz 亗 blog | Steampunk Airship - U. Zeidler

Olympic-Class ocean liner

Olympic-Class ocean liner

The liner "Queen Elizabeth" bringing American troops into NY Harbor at the end of WW II, 1945.

The liner "Queen Elizabeth" bringing American troops into NY Harbor at the end of WW II, 1945.

Mobiloil and Normandie ocean liner.  From L'Illustration, 1920s.

Mobiloil and Normandie ocean liner. From L'Illustration, 1920s.

How to Create a Vintage Ocean Liner Poster

How to Create a Vintage Ocean Liner Poster

Anchor Men - Mauretania  This is another illustration of the size and weight of the anchor chains of the "Mauretania".    RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside.    Reference: TWAS Ref: 2931/T/14    (Copyright) We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing.

Anchor Men - Mauretania This is another illustration of the size and weight of the anchor chains of the "Mauretania". RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside. Reference: TWAS Ref: 2931/T/14 (Copyright) We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing.

The luxury ocean liner Lusitania left on her last voyage from New York May 1, 1915. Six days later on May 7, 1915 she sinks in 18 minutes after being torpedoed by a German Submarine. The Germans issued a warning to all vessels, because of WWI, but the Lusitania paid no heed.

The luxury ocean liner Lusitania left on her last voyage from New York May 1, 1915. Six days later on May 7, 1915 she sinks in 18 minutes after being torpedoed by a German Submarine. The Germans issued a warning to all vessels, because of WWI, but the Lusitania paid no heed.

Over New York

Over New York

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