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  1. FRANCE

    FRANCE

    In 20s. St Nazaire built 1912-Ld as LE PICARDIE-FRANCE IV 15-FRANCE 19-BU Dunkirk 1935-
  2. FRANCE

    FRANCE

    Southampton 31/7/1974. This was her last trip to Southampton as France , she went into layup at Le Havre until her resurrection as the Norway. Hotspur II in foreground.
  3. FRANCE

    FRANCE

    France arriving at Auckland 11/2/1974 Built 1962 for French Line. At the time she was the largest passenger ship in the world in service. However Queen Mary was the largest still extant.
  4. FRANCE

    FRANCE

    France at Auckland 11/2/1974 on her last trip which was a round the world cruise. She subsequently languished at Le Havre until her resurrection as the Norway. I believe this is the best looking merchant ship ever seen in New Zealand waters.
  5. France_Le Havre_laid up

    France_Le Havre_laid up

    France laid up in Le Havre. Taken by my late father, no date recorded unfortunately.
  6. France

    France

    In memory of a nearly departed Grand Dame, at the port of Toulon.
  7. FRANCE

    FRANCE

    French transatlantic liner ,length 316 meters ,crew men 1000, passengers 2044. 160000 H.P., 30 knots. See the unusual funnels.
  8. Norway

    Norway

    promenade deck
  9. Norway

    Norway

    main lounge
  10. Norway corridor

    Norway corridor

    Due to the length and curve of the ship, you could not see from one end to the other.
  11. John A France 4

    John A France 4

    John A France in the welland Canal 1989
  12. John A France 3

    John A France 3

    John A. France in the Welland Canal 1989
  13. John A France - 2

    John A France - 2

    John A. France in the Welland canal 1989
  14. John A. France

    John A. France

    Meeting the John A. France (Misener Shipping) in the Welland Canal 1989. Viewed from the Selkirk Settler (also a Misener).
  15. Norway stairs, 1993

    Norway stairs, 1993

  16. France and QM in NY

    France and QM in NY

    FRANCE and QUEEN MARY in New York together in July 63
  17. France

    France

    France at Southampton taken from Canberra with the Sitmar liner Fairsky. David
  18. France

    France

    From my collection sent to me by Rick MacGregory from Boston U.S.A. (I lost contact with him in 1989-1990). This is why I refer to who supplied the original to me. (Seems fair?). On my only visit on board France left my departure a little late to be told by a crewman, "Non, fini New York" as I reac
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