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14th September 2009, 13:44
I was wondering where the beautiful replicas of all the Cunard ships went when they closed the Cunard buildings . I remember them because i used to pass them after i finished my five ( Cunarders will know what i mean ) and reported to Wilf Bergan my boss Bob
14th September 2009, 13:48
A number of the old builders models are on display in the current Cunarders
14th September 2009, 15:06
Thank,s Fred it seems a long timesince we were together on the Pride of Bilbao I was hoping it might happen again with the team that went but! nothing has been said or done Bob
14th September 2009, 20:29
The Maritime Museum possibly has a few..............
I always made a point of having a look at them myself.
25th September 2009, 22:12
The Queen Mary model can be found at the Maritime Museum opposite red funnel line in Southampton...the museum has some nice exhibits and is well worth a visit..i think it is £2 admission ,very well worth it..other models can be found at the greenwich Maritime museum in london..and also the Maritime Museum at the Albert Docks in Liverpool has Models and also the Titanic model and exhibit...the RMS Ivernia/Franconia (1955-1971) can be found in the Maritime museum in Nova Scotia....
regards to all ! peter johnston
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