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The Cunard Line: A Pictorial History 1840 - 1990

 

 

Author: Peter W. Woolley and Terry Moore
Title: The Cunard Line: A Pictorial History 1840 - 1990
Edition:  Second Impression 1993
Format: Paperback
Pages: 112
ISBN: 0-9516038-0-9
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Publisher: Ship Pictorial Publications
Location: United Kingdom
Pub. Date: 1990
Language: English UK
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Size: 8 1/8" x 6"
Dust Jacket: No
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Repository: GGA-ATL
Synopsis: An Illustrated history of the Cunard Line and the celebrated liners which have served the fleet, from its inception in 1840 to the demise of the great transatlantic liners and finally the entry into service of the Queen Elizabeth 2: Britain's last great luxury liner.  The book includes details of the race for the Blue Riband, war service, and illustrates the luxury travel associated with one of the the world's most famous shipping companies.

Contents

  • Foreword by Capt. R. A. Woodall, R. D., R.N.R.
  • A Short History of the Cunard Line
  • Samuel Cunard
  • Britannia
  • Damascus
  • Scotia
  • Russia
  • Servia
  • Aurania
  • Etruria
  • Campania
  • Cunard Passenger Log-Book
  • Lucania
  • Ivernia
  • Saxonia
  • Carparthia
  • Skirmisher
  • Pannonia
  • Caronia
  • Carmania
  • Map of Liverpool
  • Cunard Line Offices
  • Lusitania
  • "Ocean Monarchs"
  • Mauretania
  • Liverpool from the Air
  • Riverside Station
  • Franconia
  • Royal George
  • Southampton Docks
  • Cunard Poster
  • Berengaria
  • Aquitania
  • Albania
  • Scythia
  • Samaria
  • Laconia
  • Andania
  • Antonia
  • Lancastria
  • Franconia
  • Curinthia
  • Alaunia
  • Aurania
  • Ascania
  • Britannic
  • Georgic
  • Queen Mary
  • Mauretania
  • Queen Elizabeth
  • Parthia
  • Caronia
  • Saxonia
  • Carmania
  • Ivernia
  • Carinthia
  • Sylvania
  • Queen Elizabeth 2
  • Cunard Adventurer
  • Cunard Ambassador
  • Cunard Countess
  • Cunard Princess
  • Sagafjord
  • Vistafjord
  • Acknowledgements
  • The Authors

 

 

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