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Aquitania Rudder By Rail Featured Aquitania Print

Aquitania Rudder By Rail

A 54-ton rudder for the Cunard liner Aquitania, carried from Darlington by a special LNER (London and North Eastern Railway) train, joins the main line at Eaglescliffe railway station, Stockton-on-Tees, 30th January 1928. The rudder, which is on its way to Port Clarence, overhangs the adjoining track by 10 feet. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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Ship Launch Featured Aquitania Print

Ship Launch

16th March 1907: The launching of the British ship Indomitable at Glasgow dockyards, on the Clyde. Many great ships and Cunard liners were built in the shipyards on the Clyde including the Aquitania and the Queen Mary'. (Photo by Topical Press Agency/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

02845 H Sea Cons Launching, 12845, 3315958, Ceremonies British Europe, Landscape Male Female Back, Orig, Scotland Black, Top, Transport Customs, View Vessel Ship Water, White Format

Cunard ships of increasing size by G. H. Davis Featured Aquitania Print

Cunard ships of increasing size by G. H. Davis

A diagram showing the advance in ship-building from the foundation of the Cunard Company from the 1840 Cunarder Britannia, at the time a wonder ship but with meagre accommondation for only 115 passengers, followed by the Russia in 1867, the Etruria and Umbria in 1884, Campania and Lucania in 1893, Carmania in 1905, Mauretania in 1907, Aquitania in 1914, Berengaria in 1919 and finally, the enormous Queen Mary, which operated mainly in the North Atlantic. Launched in September 1934, her maiden voyage began in May 1936 and at the time, she was the largest . She was retired in 1967 and is currently moored permanently at Long Beach, California, operating as a hotel, restaurant and tourist attraction. Date: 1934

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans