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GRETA GARBO – on the Atlantic in 1925 and 1935…

Greta Garbo is arguably one of Hollywood’s greatest stars. A legendary actress who combined remarkable beauty with a modern spirit and irresistible allure. Garbo remains one of the most fascinating women in history. (Above photo – Garbo arriving in New York and sailing to Sweden) Rare candid moment of Greta ... Read More »

MS STELLA POLARIS

The most famous cruise-ship all times. From the 1930s, during World War 2, and into the 1980s. The ship was considered one of the most elegant and exclusive devoted to cruising. She sailed to the Mediterranean, North Cape, Caribbean and Around The World. She had no rivals. On the World ... Read More »

Last Ferry To San Francisco…

Southern Pacific’s OAKLAND PIER in the 1950s… The Oakland Long Wharf, later known as the Oakland Pier or the SP Mole was a massive railroad wharf and ferry pier in Oakland, California located at the foot of Seventh Street. Ferry approaches San Francisco in 1941. The recently completed San Francisco-Oakland Bay ... Read More »