The Empress of Canada is seen at Halifax Nova Scotia in the late 1930s. This photo was used by the Balitmore Sun to report the vessle's loss to an Italian Submarine in March, 1943. The ship was sunk with a loss of nealy 400 lives.
Smoko or was it breakfast! 1967/68
L/R..Irish lad spent a lot of time on the Burmuda boats out of NY. EDH ?  Catering retired bent wrist so he said.  AB from Yorkshire beleive went into the Fire service  Ivor Willians AB from a little Welsh place with the smallest pub I'veever had a pint
View of the Narrows photographed from the McKay bridge looking South East toward Dartmouth Cove,Halifax Harbour.
The area on the right (floating dock) is the approximate location of the 1917 (S.S. Mont Blanc) explosion,which until Hiroshima was the largest man-made explosion.
The jack-up rig is Rowa
Built as Nova Scotia for Johnston Warren Lines
1973-1974,1976-1978 cahrtered to SSA renamed each time Tropic
1978 to Booker Line renamed Booker Valiant
1980 Arab Dabor
1986 Arab Hind
1998 broken up
On Saturday, October 7th 2006, a bronze statue was unveiled of Samuel Cunard in the port of Halifax, Nova Scotia. Two of Cunard's great-great-great grand children took part in the event which was also attended by ex-Cunard Commodore R. Warwick. Also in attendance were officials from Cunard and the