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Cruise Collection

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Olympic

RMS Olympic, 1911 Date: 1911

Background imageCruise Collection: Cunard Line Poster

Cunard Line Poster
Cunard Line, Monarchs of the Sea poster for the Lusitania and Mauretania, 1907 Date: 1907

Background imageCruise Collection: Queen Mary, Cunard cruise ship

Queen Mary, Cunard cruise ship
Poster by Turner of the Cunard liner, the Queen Mary

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising Holland America Line

Poster advertising Holland America Line
Poster advertising the Holland America Line from Rotterdam, calling at Le Havre, Southampton, Cobh in Ireland, New York and Canadian ports

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising the White Star Line, Europe to America

Poster advertising the White Star Line, Europe to America
Poster advertising voyages on the White Star Line from Europe to America

Background imageCruise Collection: Painting of the Lusitania

Painting of the Lusitania
A framed painting by B Parr, dated 1919, of the SS Lusitania, a passenger ship which was torpedoed without warning by a German U-boat in May 1915

Background imageCruise Collection: Titanic blueprint

Titanic blueprint
SS Titanic section and plan scale original blueprint, rubber stamped by Harland and Woolf and dated 1 May 1912. It was used in the enquiry that followed the disaster

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising Bibby Line cruises

Poster advertising Bibby Line cruises
Poster advertising Bibby Line short sea cruises, showing some glamorous people strolling around the deck in their evening dress

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising Royal Mail Lines to the West Indies

Poster advertising Royal Mail Lines to the West Indies
Poster advertising a Royal Mail Lines cruise to the West Indies on the liner Atlantis

Background imageCruise Collection: Cunard White Star liner

Cunard White Star liner
The Cunard liner Queen Elizabeth sails into New York Date: circa 1940

Background imageCruise Collection: The RMS Olympic - White Star Line

The RMS Olympic - White Star Line - sister ship of the ill-fated RMS Titanic. Many postcards have the incorrect ship depicted as the two were very similar

Background imageCruise Collection: Cunard Line Poster

Cunard Line Poster, the fastest ocean service in the world, promoting the Mauretania, Berengaria, and Aquitania cruise ships between Southampton and New York

Background imageCruise Collection: Union-Castle

Union-Castle
Advertising poster for Union-Castle, Mail Steamship Company Limited, featuring a liner running from Southampton to Cape Town and vice versa next to small sailing dinghies

Background imageCruise Collection: White Star dock with three liners, Southampton

White Star dock with three liners, Southampton
White Star dock at Southampton with three liners, RMS Aquitania, Mauretania and Olympic. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCruise Collection: Portsmouth, Southsea & Isle of Wight Aviation Poster

Portsmouth, Southsea & Isle of Wight Aviation Poster
Poster, Portsmouth, Southsea & Isle of Wight Aviation Ltd, showing a passenger airliner flying above a cruise liner, advertising Travel by Air Ferry to Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight. 20th century

Background imageCruise Collection: French Line CGT Poster

French Line CGT Poster showing the Normandie cruise ship travelling from Southampton to New York, advertising an express luxury service on both the Ile de France and the Normandie

Background imageCruise Collection: Hamburg American line passenger ship poster

Hamburg American line passenger ship poster
Bright and graphic poster advertising the Southampton to New York service run by the Hamburg-American company. An enormous passenger liner is depicted with its funnels belching smoke

Background imageCruise Collection: SS Asturias, ocean liner

SS Asturias, ocean liner, built in 1926, served during the Second World War, and was used as the Titanic in the 1957 film, A Night to Remember. Date: late 1940s

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising the Transvaal Castle cruise ship

Poster advertising the Transvaal Castle cruise ship, sailing from England to South Africa with frequent connections from New York via the Cunard Line

Background imageCruise Collection: Cunard travel Poster

Cunard travel Poster for travel on the Aquitania cruise ship between Europe and the USA and Canada

Background imageCruise Collection: American Line Poster

American Line Poster advertising cruises from Southampton to New York

Background imageCruise Collection: 1930S Playsuits

1930S Playsuits
Striped playsuit with shorts with matching 3/4 length coat or a linen suit with trousers & jacket with large patch pockets. A wire-haired fox terrier sits nearby

Background imageCruise Collection: Sailing Ships Date: 1927

Sailing Ships Date: 1927

Background imageCruise Collection: Cunard Line poster

Cunard Line poster -- The largest passenger fleet on the Atlantic. Showing the fleet of ships, led by the Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Mary, together with a key, November 1956. Date: 1956

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Queen Mary, Cunard Line cruise ship

RMS Queen Mary, Cunard Line cruise ship. Date: 1957

Background imageCruise Collection: HMS Jervis Bay, armed merchant cruiser, WW2

HMS Jervis Bay, armed merchant cruiser, WW2
HMS Jervis Bay, an armed merchant cruiser which served during the Second World War. Launched 1922 (as a passenger ship), commissioned for war service 1939

Background imageCruise Collection: White Star Line pipe rack with drawers

White Star Line pipe rack with drawers
A wooden item, possibly a pipe rack, with two drawers, from the White Star Line cruise liner company

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising Cunard from the UK to Canada

Poster advertising Cunard from the UK to Canada
Poster advertising Cunard departures from Liverpool and Belfast to Canada on the RMS Caronia and Carmania

Background imageCruise Collection: Titanic 2nd Class Deck

Titanic 2nd Class Deck
Colour illustration depicting the Second Class Promenade Deck of the ill-fated Titanic. Passengers can be seen sitting on steamer and deck chairs

Background imageCruise Collection: Le Grand Salon onboard SS Normandie

Le Grand Salon onboard SS Normandie
Le Grand Salon of the luxurious French liner SS Normandie Date: 1935

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Mauretania, First Class Lounge

RMS Mauretania, First Class Lounge Date: circa 1910s

Background imageCruise Collection: Tatler cover - Winter Sports & Spring Cruise Number 1959

Tatler cover - Winter Sports & Spring Cruise Number 1959
Front cover of The Tatler magazines Winter Sports and Spring Cruise Number for 1959 featuring a girl in snow-appropriate clothes wearing mirrored sunglasses in which are reflected a Cunard cruise

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line, at Capetown

RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line, at Capetown
RMS Windsor Castle, Union Castle Line, off the coast of Capetown, South Africa. Date: 1950s

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising Royal Mail Asturias Summer Cruises

Poster advertising Royal Mail Asturias Summer Cruises
Poster advertising Royal Mail Summer Cruises on the Asturias cruise liner. 1935

Background imageCruise Collection: Blue Star Line poster

Blue Star Line poster
Poster for the Blue Star shipping line service to South America showing a magnificent passenger liner sailing over the horizon by renowned maritime artist, Norman Wilkinson

Background imageCruise Collection: Whitbreads Pale Ale

Whitbreads Pale Ale
WHITBREADs PALE ALE Fashionable people on a luxury cruiser enjoy a glass of beer

Background imageCruise Collection: Blue Star Line poster to South America

Blue Star Line poster to South America
Blue Star Line to South America, calling at Boulogne, Lisbon, Madeira, Tenerife, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. First class passengers only. circa 1925

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Lines

RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Lines
Cruise liner RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Lines. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageCruise Collection: The Nile is Egypt, Cooks Nile Steamers

The Nile is Egypt, Cooks Nile Steamers
Poster or handbill advertising Cooks Nile Steamers, the best way to explore Egypts ancient splendour and modern charm. Showing an ancient monument with hieroglyphics, with two men in Egyptian dress

Background imageCruise Collection: Empire Marketing Board poster - Gibraltar

Empire Marketing Board poster - Gibraltar
Empire Marketing Board poster showing a family on the deck of a ship which is sailing close to the rock of Gibraltar

Background imageCruise Collection: Humber car advertisement

Humber car advertisement
Advertisement for Humber cars which, claims the manufacturer, is a car you will be proud to own. This particular Humber is driven by a chauffeur who drops off his passengers at a dock

Background imageCruise Collection: Poster advertising White Star to the West Indies

Poster advertising White Star to the West Indies
Poster advertising White Star cruises to the West Indies, via the Azores and the Spanish Main, on the Britannic. The cruise lasts 40 days, and costs from 70. "

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Queen Mary leaving Clyde shipyards, near Glasgow

RMS Queen Mary leaving Clyde shipyards, near Glasgow
RMS Queen Mary (Cunard-White Star liner) leaving the John Brown shipyards on the River Clyde, near Glasgow, on her completion. Date: 1934

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Queen Mary, Cunard Lines

RMS Queen Mary, Cunard Lines
Cruise liner RMS Queen Mary, Cunard Lines, decorated with bunting. Date: circa 1960s

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Olympic, cruise ship of the White Star Line, WW1

RMS Olympic, cruise ship of the White Star Line, WW1
RMS Olympic, cruise ship of the White Star Line, seen here from a seaplane whilst on war service during WW1. Date: 1914-1918

Background imageCruise Collection: RMS Titanic

RMS Titanic at Southampton, 1912 Date: 1912

Background imageCruise Collection: Cunard Line Poster

Cunard Line Poster
Cunard Line, Monarchs of the Sea poster for the Lusitania and Mauretania, 1907 Date: 1907

Background imageCruise Collection: The Queen Mary liner

The Queen Mary liner
A sectional plan of the interior of the liner Queen Mary, which operated mainly in the North Atlantic. Launched in September 1934, her maiden voyage began in May 1936



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