“The Cunarder” boat train departs the Southampton Ocean Terminal bound for London Waterloo with passengers from the RMS Queen Elizabeth. The boat train is hauled by SR Bulleid “Battle of Britain” class steam locomotive No 34088 213 Squadron. BOAT TRAINS TO SOUTHAMPTON – From Cunard Lines to the Titanic and ... Read More »
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Cruise history: RMS Queen Mary Newsreel – 1936 – The song heard is Horatio Nicholls’ “Queen of the Sea”! The RMS Queen Mary was a Cunard Line (then Cunard White Star Line) ocean liner that sailed the North Atlantic Ocean from 1936 to 1967. She was designed to be Britain’s ... Read More »
Cruise History: Great 1948 Documentary of Cunard Line’s RMS QUEEN ELIZABETH. Follows the ships arrival in Southampton, England – having crossed the Atalntic from New York – docking, pilot guiding her into port, with tour of the ship. Glorious black and white footage of the Elizabeth’s interiors and exteriors – ... Read More »
Cruise History: Is the QE2 headed for the Dubai scrapyard? Rumors are floating around the former Cunard Line ship is going to be scrapped because the Dubai economic bubble has gone bust.
Cruise History: Is the QE2 headed for the Dubai scrapyard? Rumors are floating around the former Cunard Line ship is going to be scrapped because the Dubai economic bubble has gone bust. The QE 2 on her last voyage. The Business Insider website is reporting the QE 2 is being ... Read More »
Cruise History: Nostalgia will rule the waves on Cunard’s Queen Elizabeth. New ship will honor the first liner by the same name. Stepping on board Cunard’s latest cruise ship, the Queen Elizabeth, will be like walking onto the set of Poirot.
Yesterday, Cunard Line revealed itinerary and design plans for its newest ocean liner, Queen Elizabeth, which is scheduled to enter service on 12 October 2010, giving one of the oldest names in shipping the strength of operating the youngest fleet in the industry. Queen Elizabeth will be the third new ... Read More »
Cruise History: On This Day 37 Years Ago: Cunard Line’s RMS Queen Elizabeth Mysteriously Sunk in a Hong Kong Harbor.
On Jan. 9, 1972, the British ocean liner burst into flames and sank in Victoria Harbor. Although the fires were determined to be the work of arsonists, no one has ever been charged with the crime. The Case for Sabotage and Arson. For more than 50 years, the 83,000-ton RMS ... Read More »