Embarkation Notice, White Star Line SS Laurentic, 1928, Glasgow to Canada (Quebec and Montreal)
A rare example of an Embarkation Notice from the 1920s for a transatlantic voyage of Cabin Passenger Miss McKellar, on the SS Laurentic of the White Star Line.
Miss C. A. C. McKellar, Ticket No. B13018 Cabin B143
1.9.28 EMBARKATION NOTICE
WHITE STAR LINE
NEW TRIPLE SCREW STEAMER " LAURENTIC," 19,000 TONS
ONE OF THE LARGEST AND FASTEST STEAMERS TO CANADA
GLASGOW TO CANADA
|DATE||DAY||STEAMER||FOR||Passengers will embarkat PRINCES PIER, GREENOCK, where a tender will be alongside to convey them to Steamer.|
|Sat.||LAURENTIC||Quebec and Montreal|
CABIN CLASS PASSENGERS leave ST. ENOCH STATION, GLASGOW, by Train departing at 6-3 p.m. on Sailing Day, for Princes Pier, Greenock. PASSENGERS from Ayrshire and the West of Scotland may join this train at GILMOUR STREET STATION, PAISLEY, where it is due at 6-15 p.m.
TOURIST THIRD CAB IN PASSENGERS leave ST. ENOCH STATION, GLASGOW, by Special Train departing at 5-20 p.m. on Sailing Day, for Princes Pier, Greenock. PASSENGERS from Ayrshire and the West of Scotland may join this Train at GILMOUR STREET STATION, PAISLEY, where it is due at 5-35 p.m.
THIRD CLASS PASSENGERS leave T. ENOCH STATION, GLASGOW, by Special Train departing at 5-20 p.m. on Sailing Day, for Princes Pier, Greenock. PASSENGERS from Ayrshire and the West of Scotland, may join this Train at GILMOUR STREET STATION, PAISLEY, where it is due at 5-35 p.m.
PASSPORTS—CANADA.—Passengers landing at a Canadian port must be in possession of Cards of Identity endorsed by Canadian Government Authorities here. Tourists, Returning Canadians and U.S. Citizens, and, persons passing through Canada to destinations beyond, do not require Cards of Identity, but should hold valid Passports.
UNITED STATES.--No Passenger will be allowed to embark without a Passport or Permit. All Passengers proceeding to the United States (except United States Citizens holding unexpired Passports or returning United States Residents holding permits to re-enter the United States, " Form 632 ") require to have their Passports vised by an American Diplomatic or Consular Officer. Unless this requirement is complied with, Passengers will not be admitted into the United States.
All Passports, Identity Cards, Permits and Tickets must be produced for examination when embarking.
FRIENDS of passengers wishing to accompany them to Princes Pier Station, Greenock, may travel n the same train provided they obtain railway tickets in the ordinary way.
BAGGAGE.—All heavy baggage should be at Princes Pier Station, Greenock, not later than noon two days previous to sailing. For the convenience of passengers resident in Glasgow, the Railway Company will accept such baggage if delivered two days before sailing at the Shop Parcels Office, St. Enoch Station, Glasgow. The Company's baggage labels should be affixed to ends of all packages.
Apply to Local Booking Ageits or WHITE STAR LINE,
Telegrams: " CARTHAGE," GLASGOW.
153, ST. VINCENT STREET (P.O. Box. 72), GLASGOW
Telephone: 9467 CENTRAL.
The Back Side (below) contained 6 photographs including the Cabin Lounge, Cabin Gymnasium, Third Class Smoking Room, Third Class Dining Saloon, Third Class Loung and Third Class Children's Playroom.
- Date: 15 September 1928
- Published by: White Star Line
- Dimensions: 22.8 x 29.2 cm