Home Lines Homeric is seen at her New York pier in early, 1964. She was about to undertake her first sailing as a full time cruise ship for the company. Notice the addition of the two large passenger launches placed on her foredeck. She doesnt have davits for hoisting these large and ***bersome
This view of Southampton, taken from the air, dates to 1925; and it shows the three Cunard Liners Aquitania, Mauretania, and Laconia together in the Ocean Dock. The White Star Liner Homeric is seen in the Harland and Wolff Trafalger drydock in the background.
SN's own Harley Crossley painted this view of famous North Atlantic liners gathered at Southampton at some time during the late 1920's. Present are, Aquitania, Berengaria, Homeric, and Olympic. This painting was made from a photograph posted earlier on SN. Link to photograph: http://www.shipsnost
The Aquitania and Homeric are seen at Southampton in this view from the mid 1930's. I don't know anything about cars from this era, so maybe another member can help identify the car and it's year. This picture looks like it was taken as an advertisment for the car, as it is given center stage.
Postcard sent to my Mother-in-law and her sister by there cousin in 1933 from Teneriffe, he was a cruise passenger. On the rear are two postage frankings - one for Teneriffe and one for London F.S dated 25th Aug 1933, could this be the point of entry post office, any help accepted
Info on back is:-
Stamped and dated 1924 in New York. Bought in Singapore
Built: 1922 Schichau, Danzig
Owners: Oceanic SN Co Ltd(White Star Line)
1913: Launched as Columbus for Norddeutscher Lloyd
1919: Handed over to Great Britain as war reparations
1920: Bought by White Star Line, r
Enjoy the images of some postcards from my ships postcards collection.
This is the rare photo postcard of the MS HOMERIC ( presently MS OCEAN MAJESTY ) during her 8 months charter to Epirotiki during the 90's.