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  1. T.s.s.  BRITANNIC

    T.s.s. BRITANNIC

    One voyage as Tss BRITANNIC as leading lady for the film 'Jauggernaught'.
  2. BRITANNIC

    BRITANNIC

  3. Britannic

    Britannic

    Britannic in wartime guise as a troopship.
  4. mv Britannic at sea

    mv Britannic at sea

    Cunard White Star Line's Britannic at sea. Launched by Harland and Wolff in 1929 she was the penultimate ship to join White Star before the merger with Cunard.
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    mv Britannic

    Cunard White Star Line's Britannic. Launched by Harland and Wolff in 1929 she was the penultimate ship to join White Star before the merger with Cunard.
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    mv Britannic

    White Star Line's Britannic at the Liverpool Landing Stage. Launched by Harland and Wolff in 1929 she was the penultimate ship to join White Star before the merger with Cunard.
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    mv Britannic

    White Star Line's Britannic at the Liverpool Landing Stage. Launched by Harland and Wolff in 1929 she was the penultimate ship to join White Star before the merger with Cunard.
  8. BRITANNIC

    BRITANNIC

    Another in a series of Cunard ads that appeared in magazines during the 1950's, featuring superb paintings by Carl Evers.
  9. Aquitania and Britannic

    Aquitania and Britannic

    Aquitania is seen from the stern with the Britannic docked ahead of her at Halifax, Nova Scotia in the summer of 1949. The low profile funnels of Britannic contrast sharply with the towering stacks of Aquitania
  10. Aquitania and Britannic

    Aquitania and Britannic

    Aquitania and Britannic are shown docked together at pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia in the summer of 1949.
  11. Aquitania and Britannic

    Aquitania and Britannic

    Aquitania and Britannic are seen together at Pier 21 in Halifax, Nova Scotia in the summer of 1949.
  12. Britannic

    Britannic

    White Star Line Built 1914, 48,160 gross tons Serving as a hospital ship in WWI until sadly mined and sunk at Mudros
  13. Britannic

    Britannic

    Britannic, built 1930 by Harland and Wolf, Belfast for Oceanic Steam Navigation Co Lt (White Star Line), 26943gt. 19.12.1960 arrived at Inverkeithing to be broken up.
  14. Dinky Toys models of Queen of Bermuda and Britannic

    Dinky Toys models of Queen of Bermuda and Britannic

    Dinky Toys diecast models of Queen of Bermuda and Britannic. Two ships my father served on during the 1930's.
  15. Luxury Liner Row

    Luxury Liner Row

    Ocean liners fill New York's Piers in this view from February, 1939. This picture was taken shortly after this shot that is looking upriver: (http://www.shipsnostalgia.com/gallery/showphoto.php/photo/314519/title/new-york-harbor-2c-february-2c-1939/cat/all). In this particular image, you can actua
  16. RMS BRITANNIC

    RMS BRITANNIC

    The first BRITANNIC, built in 1874, alongside what I think is the White Star Liner CEDRIC, on her fitting out, putting this picture in late 1902 (most likely October, not long after BRITANNIC arrived in Belfast), considering that CEDRIC was handed over to WSL in 31st January 1903. BRITANNIC had ser
  17. Britannic in New York

    Britannic in New York

    Close-up of the last White Star liner as seen from a docking Queen Mary.
  18. Britannic - Cunard White Star

    Britannic - Cunard White Star

    Britannic - Cunard White Star
  19. 1930s Oceanic

    1930s Oceanic

    This is supposed to be MV Britannic with Olympic-class funnels photoshopped in, but I think this design would've also done nice for a 1930s Oceanic (as a smaller alternative to their answer to the Queen Mary and Normandie).
  20. RMS Britannic

    RMS Britannic

    What never was but absolutely should've been: Britannic as a White Star Liner. This masterpiece was drawn from the top down. I think we can all agree this is Ken Marschall-level work.
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