RMS Ivernia was a Saxonia class ocean liner, built in 1955 by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland for Cunard Line, for their transatlantic passenger service between the UK and Canada. In 1963 she was rebuilt as a cruise ship and renamed RMS Franconia, after the famous pre-war liner RMS Franconia. She continued to sail for Cunard until being withdrawn from service and laid up in 1971.

RMS Ivernia was a Saxonia class ocean liner, built in 1955 by John Brown & Company in Clydebank, Scotland for Cunard Line, for their transatlantic passenger service between the UK and Canada. In 1963 she was rebuilt as a cruise ship and renamed RMS Franconia, after the famous pre-war liner RMS Franconia. She continued to sail for Cunard until being withdrawn from service and laid up in 1971.

Boat deck, Cunard Line LUSITANIA - the ill fated ship now at the bottom of the sea.

Boat deck, Cunard Line LUSITANIA - the ill fated ship now at the bottom of the sea.

Rosenvinge Cunard Line 62X101 Turner & Dunnet | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Rosenvinge Cunard Line 62X101 Turner & Dunnet | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Diagram showing comparative size of various types of Cunard mail steamers from 1840 to 1893. Ships: Britannia, Acadia, Columbia and Caledoni...

Diagram showing comparative size of various types of Cunard mail steamers from 1840 to 1893. Ships: Britannia, Acadia, Columbia and Caledoni...

Titania por Hudizzle-Titania es una nave de ficción me ocurrió. Está basado en el Lusitania, y cuenta con un esquema de pintura Cunard Line.

Titania por Hudizzle-Titania es una nave de ficción me ocurrió. Está basado en el Lusitania, y cuenta con un esquema de pintura Cunard Line.

Cunard Line.  Fish or Butter knife.  Circa 1920's or 1930's.  This is the laurel leaf pattern.  The mark on the knife is A1 Chester V.  The knife was made in England.

Cunard Line. Fish or Butter knife. Circa 1920's or 1930's. This is the laurel leaf pattern. The mark on the knife is A1 Chester V. The knife was made in England.

Interior of the Cunard Line office

Interior of the Cunard Line office

Cunard Line Hotel

Cunard Line Hotel

Mauretania Cunard Line Built: 1939 by Cammell Laird, Birkenhead, England Gross tons: 35655 Length: 772ft (235m) Speed: 23kn Width: 89ft (27m) Depth: 30ft (9m) Power: 42000 shp Propulsion: Steam turbines twin screw Passengers: 470 First 370 Cabin 300 Tourist End of service: Scrapped 1965

Mauretania Cunard Line Built: 1939 by Cammell Laird, Birkenhead, England Gross tons: 35655 Length: 772ft (235m) Speed: 23kn Width: 89ft (27m) Depth: 30ft (9m) Power: 42000 shp Propulsion: Steam turbines twin screw Passengers: 470 First 370 Cabin 300 Tourist End of service: Scrapped 1965

The Big Three, Cunard Line steamships Mauretania, Berengaria and Aquitania

The Big Three, Cunard Line steamships Mauretania, Berengaria and Aquitania

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