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  1. Ile De France

    Ile De France

    This is a snapshot of the Ile De France taken in July, 1949, a few days after the ship had completed her first postwar voyage to New York. The ship was returned to peacetime service following a long 2 year restoration at the hands of her builders at Saint Nazaire. The two sporty new funnels and ta
  2. Ile De France

    Ile De France

    The aging Ile De France is seen returning to New York with 753 survivors from the sunken Italian Liner Andrea Doria, on the morning of July 26th, 1956. The great French Liner was less than two years away from her own, well-earned retirement.
  3. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    One of my all time favourite ships
  4. ILE DE FRANCE

    ILE DE FRANCE

    Taken by Donald Robertson but can't make my mind up if it's PARIS or ILE DE FRANCE.
  5. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    The 1st Class Grand Salon after the ship's post-war re-build
  6. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    Pre-WWII cutaway diagram
  7. Liners in New York, 1939

    Liners in New York, 1939

    Another view of Ile De France, Normandie, Queen Mary, Aquitania, and Rex in New York on 16 September, 1939, right after the start of World War 2.
  8. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    Ile de France
  9. Stern view of famous liners in New York

    Stern view of famous liners in New York

    Seen from the stern, are the liners Ile De France, Normandie, Queen Mary, and Aquitania, at their New York piers in late September, 1939. The Rex has sailed on a cruise into neutral waters.
  10. Liners in New York at the start of WW2

    Liners in New York at the start of WW2

    The North Atlantic Liners Ile De France, Normandie, Queen Mary, Aquitania, and Rex, fill Manhattan's major liner piers at the start of World War 2. This picture was taken on September 16, 1939.
  11. Ile de France colour piccy 1

    Ile de France colour piccy 1

    Looks to be somewhere on the Hudson River...
  12. Ile de France colour piccy 2

    Ile de France colour piccy 2

    Undocking at New York 1950s the illustrious Ile gets a nudge towards the bay and the open seas. Looks to be a Piaseki H-21 helicopter at her stern - any idea of the ship in background... or for that matter... what ship the photagrapher was on?
  13. Ile de France B/W piccy

    Ile de France B/W piccy

    Good overview of the post-war refit work
  14. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    Ile de France 1927 43548t builder St.Nazaire Penhoet/St Nazaire 1959 Furanzu Maru broken up Osaka 1959
  15. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    Ile de France -Pollock Basin Belfast
  16. Ile De France Engine room

    Ile De France Engine room

    Ile De France engine room 'fraid i dont know much about it
  17. Ile De France

    Ile De France

    Ile De France
  18. Ile de France

    Ile de France

    Ile de France. Launched 1926 at the Penhoet Shipyard for French Line, 43,548grt. Named for the north-central region of France of which Paris is the capital. She remained in service until 1959. Here with three funnels, she would later have but two.
  19. Ile de france

    Ile de france

    I have lost my note's. Would like some particulers pease. Barney.
  20. Ile De France

    Ile De France

    Ile De France. Believed taken in the Suez Canal. From collection of Magdy Takla (deceased). Hope the pic/scanned version comes out reasonably clearly.
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