Cunard Passenger Log Book - 1913
Front Cover, Cunard Passenger Log Book circa 1913. GGA Image ID # 118c1a4cfd
Rare Third-Class Accommodation on Cunard Liners featuring interior and exterior photographs of the ships and accommodations for third class/steerage passengers. Undated brochure circa 1913. Its contents were meant to entice the immigrants to book passage to the New World.
Cunard Line RMS Lusitania and Mauretania. GGA Image ID # 118c5691e1
“LUSITANIA” and “MAURETANIA”— Quadruple-screw turbine steamers — Fastest vessels in the world — Length 790 feet — Breadth 88 feet — Tonnage 32,000 — Horse power 67,000 — Hold all records for steaming across the Atlantic — Fitted with Wireless Telegraphy and Submarine Signaling Apparatus.
Third Class Dining Room on the Lusitania and Mauretania. GGA Image ID # 118cacf9e2
Third Class Accommodations on The Lusitania and Mauretania - The Fastest Vessels in the World. Views of a General Room, Sitting Room, Two Berth Room, and Smoking Room. GGA Image ID # 118d1e8ecb
RMS Caronia and Carmania of the Cunard Line. GGA Image ID # 118d8154c5
"CARONIA" and "CARMANIA" — Popularly known as "Floating- Hotels." — The former is a twin-screw steamer, whilst the latter is a triple screw turbine — Length 676 feet—Breadth 72 1/2 feet Horse power 21,000 — Tonnage 20,000 Carries Wireless Telegraphy and Submarine Signaling Apparatus.
Third Class Sitting Room on the Caronia and Carmania. GGA Image ID # 118d9988e4
Third Class Accommodations on the Cunard Caronia and Carmania. Featuring Large, Open, and Covered Deck Spaces. Lighted by Electricity Throughout. Images of the Third Class Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Four-Berth Room, and Two-Berth Room. GGA Image ID # 118da5e102
RMS Franconia and Laconia - The Largest and Most Modern Steamers in the Boston Service. GGA Image ID # 118de74245
"FRANCONIA" and "LACONIA" Twin- screw steamers — Largest and most modern in Boston Trade—Length 625 feet — Breadth 72 feet—Tonnage 18,150. The “ Laconia ” is equipped with Frahm’s Anti-Rolling Tanks.
Third Class Ladies' Room on the Franconia and Laconia. GGA Image ID # 118e35fe47
The RMS Campania at the Liverpool Landing Stage. GGA Image ID # 118e8f66ca
RMS Ivernia and RMS Saxonia of the Cunard Line. GGA Image ID # 118ebef372
"IVERNIA" and "SAXONIA" —Twin-screw steamers of over 14,000 tons gross — Steady and comfortable in all weathers — Length 600 feet—Breadth 64 1/2 feet.
RMS Ascania of the Cunard Line. GGA Image ID # 118eeb3fc7
"ASCANIA" (10,000 tons), "AUSONIA" (8,000 tons), "ULTONIA" (10,400 tons). These twin-screw steamers carry on the Cunard Company’s Canadian service. The "Ascania" is the newest steamer in the
Corner of the Third Class Social Hall - RMS Ascania. GGA Image ID # 118efc006d
Cunard Passenger Fleet with Comparisons Showing Relative Size of Ships. GGA Image ID # 118efdd844
Photo Captions (Clockwise from Top Left)
- Coal required for one trip of "Lusitania" or "Mauretania" from Liverpool to New York
- The Crew of the "Lusitania" or "Mauretania"
- Argyle Street, Glasgow, and one of the Lusitania's Funnels
- How the "Mauretania" would look if placed in Northumberland Avenue, London
Cunard Passenger Fleet
Cunard Line Atlantic Services
"LUSITANIA" and "MAURETANIA" call at Queenstown Westbound, and Fishguard Eastbound.
"CARONIA" and "CARMANIA" and all other New York Steamers call at Queenstown Westbound, and Queenstown and Fishguard Eastbound.
Calling at Queenstown Westbound and Eastbound. Boston Steamers Eastbound, commencing with the "LACONIA" from Boston 30th April to the "LACONIA" 23rd July inclusive, will call at Fishguard also.
Calling at Southampton Westbound and direct to London Eastbound, and during July calling at Plymouth Eastbound.
Regular Service of twin-screw steamers between Fiume and New York, calling at various Intermediate Ports.