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Funnels Collection

Background imageFunnels 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 imageFunnels Collection: RMS Mauretania

RMS Mauretania - Passenger liner of the Cunard White Star line, she held the Blue Riband for 21 years; she was withdrawn from service and broken up in 1935. Date: circa 1907

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

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

Background imageFunnels Collection: HMS Prince of Wales, British battleship

HMS Prince of Wales, British battleship. Date: circa 1908

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Caronia - Cunard Line

RMS Caronia - Cunard Line - launched in 1904 - scrapped in 1932. The start of World War I caused her to be requisitioned as an armed merchant cruiser

Background imageFunnels Collection: Flags & Funnels

Flags & Funnels
House flags and funnels carried by steam ships belonging to some of the main companies of the British Mercantile Marine

Background imageFunnels Collection: The RMS Aquitania (Cunard Line) in the Port of Liverpool

The RMS Aquitania (Cunard Line) in the Port of Liverpool. Date: 1930

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Lines

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

Background imageFunnels Collection: Paddle steamer La Marguerite

Paddle steamer La Marguerite, off Penmaenmawr, with Great Orme in the distance. Date: circa 1907

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Aquitania - Cunard Ocean Liner

RMS Aquitania - Cunard Ocean Liner - 45, 650 tonnes. Launched on 21st April 1913 and retired and scrapped in 1950 in Scotland

Background imageFunnels 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. With a list of principal agents, fares and route map. 20th century

Background imageFunnels Collection: Liverpool Docks C1895

Liverpool Docks C1895
Liverpool docks, with the Cunard liner Campania

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Chitral, cruise ship of the P&O Line as troop ship, WW2

RMS Chitral, cruise ship of the P&O Line as troop ship, WW2
RMS Chitral, cruise ship of the P&O Line as troop ship during WW2. Date: 1943

Background imageFunnels Collection: Paddle steamer Medway Queen, Sheerness, Kent

Paddle steamer Medway Queen, Sheerness, Kent
Paddle steamer Medway Queen, arriving at Sheerness-on-Sea, Kent. During the Second World War she acted as a minesweeper, and made seven evacuation trips from Dunkirk in 1940, rescuing 7000 men

Background imageFunnels Collection: Canadian Pacific Cabin steamers to Canada

Canadian Pacific Cabin steamers to Canada -- the Montrose leaving Liverpool. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Titanic at sea

RMS Titanic at sea. It was built in Belfast 1909-1911, and fitted and furnished there 1911-1912 Date: 1912

Background imageFunnels Collection: The Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Mauretania in full flow

The Cunard Ocean Liner RMS Mauretania in full flow Date: 1922

Background imageFunnels Collection: Cunard Liner RMS Aquitania arriving into New York, USA

Cunard Liner RMS Aquitania arriving into New York, USA
Cunard Line Ocean Liner RMS Aquitania arriving into New York, USA. Launched on 21st April 1913 and sailed on her maiden voyage to New York on 30th May 1914

Background imageFunnels Collection: SS Normandie - French ocean liner

SS Normandie - French ocean liner
circa 1910s

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Titanic, maiden voyage, 10 April 1912

RMS Titanic, maiden voyage, 10 April 1912

Background imageFunnels Collection: Front cover design for a brochure for Liner RMS Mauretania

Front cover design for a brochure for Liner RMS Mauretania
The attractive front cover design for a brochure for the Liner RMS Mauretania, designed by Leonard Peskett and built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson for the British Cunard Line. Date: 1922

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Kenilworth Castle - Union Castle Line

RMS Kenilworth Castle - Union Castle Line. Launched in 1904 and scrapped in 1936. Date: circa 1905

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Mauretania in Liverpool Docks, Liverpool, England

RMS Mauretania in Liverpool Docks, Liverpool, England
Cunard Line RMS Mauretania at the landing stage, Liverpool Docks, Liverpool, England. Date: circa 1910

Background imageFunnels Collection: P&O Mail and Passenger liner - SS Rawalpindi

P&O Mail and Passenger liner - SS Rawalpindi
P&O liner SS Rawalpindi - India Passenger and Mail Service - 16, 600 tons gross. Date: 1937

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner

RMS Empress of Britain, ocean liner
The RMS (Royal Mail Ship) Empress of Britain, an ocean liner built between 1928 and 1931, owned by the Canadian Pacific Steamship Company

Background imageFunnels Collection: HMT Assaye, P & O liner and British troop ship

HMT Assaye, P & O liner and British troop ship
HMT (RMS) Assaye, P & O liner, used as a British troop ship during the 1920s, mostly between the UK and India. Date: circa 1925

Background imageFunnels Collection: HMS Lysander, Laforey class destroyer

HMS Lysander, Laforey class destroyer. Date: circa 1914

Background imageFunnels Collection: SS Lucania - Cunard

SS Lucania - Cunard
SS Lucania. This Cunarder is the first ship to be equipped with Signor Marconis wireless system : for a while she holds the Blue Riband for the fastest Atlantic crossing. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageFunnels Collection: HMS Crescent, Edgar-class cruiser, WW1

HMS Crescent, Edgar-class cruiser, WW1
HMS Crescent, an Edgar-class cruiser. Launched in 1892, took part in the First World War. Date: 1911

Background imageFunnels Collection: P&O RMS Straithaird

P&O RMS Straithaird
India and Australia Mail and Passenger Service - the P&O vessel RMS Straithaird - 22, 500 tonnes. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageFunnels Collection: HMS Kent, British armoured cruiser

HMS Kent, British armoured cruiser
HMS Kent, British Monmouth-class armoured cruiser, launched 1901, served during the First World War, decommissioned 1920. Date: early 20th century

Background imageFunnels Collection: A selection of funnels, food warmers and flour bins

A selection of funnels, food warmers and flour bins. Date: circa 1900

Background imageFunnels Collection: Poster advertising Cunard from Europe to the USA and Canada

Poster advertising Cunard from Europe to the USA and Canada
Poster advertising Cunard departures from Cherbourg and Le Havre to the USA and Canada

Background imageFunnels Collection: Turkish Warship - Sultan Selim I

Turkish Warship - Sultan Selim I

Background imageFunnels Collection: Titanic Leaves Belfast

Titanic Leaves Belfast
The Titanic leaving Belfast, Ireland, for Southampton, England for its maiden voyage New York, USA. It was built in Belfast 1909-1911, and fitted and furnished there 1911-1912

Background imageFunnels Collection: HMT Himalaya, British troop ship

HMT Himalaya, British troop ship, with steam tug serving as its anchor. circa 1919

Background imageFunnels Collection: RMS Mauretania - Cunard LIne Transatlantic Ocean Liner

RMS Mauretania - Cunard LIne Transatlantic Ocean Liner
RMS Mauretania was an ocean liner designed by Leonard Peskett and built by Wigham Richardson and Swan Hunter for the British Cunard Line, launched on the afternoon of 20 September 1906. circa 1920

Background imageFunnels Collection: Hymn to which the Titanic sunk and photo of the liner

Hymn to which the Titanic sunk and photo of the liner
Hymn to which the Titanic sunk ( Nearer, My God, To Thee ) and picture of the liner. Date: 1912

Background imageFunnels Collection: Poster, Cunard Line, to all parts of the world

Poster, Cunard Line, to all parts of the world
Poster, Cunard Line, cross sectional of Aquitania, To All Parts of The World, mounted on board. A/F 26ins. x 36ins

Background imageFunnels Collection: WW1 German Navy recovering an enemy French Biplane

WW1 German Navy recovering an enemy French Biplane Date: 1915

Background imageFunnels Collection: Baden-Baden, Anton Flettner's rotor-driven steamship

Baden-Baden, Anton Flettner's rotor-driven steamship

Background imageFunnels Collection: Travel poster on linen, White Star Line, Europe America

Travel poster on linen, White Star Line, Europe America
TRAVEL POSTER: Rare lithograph in colours backed onto linen. Walter Thomas White Star Line Europe America. Printed by the Liverpool Printing and Stationery Company. 25ins. 39ins

Background imageFunnels Collection: How vast the Queen Mary really is

How vast the Queen Mary really is
Facts which tell how vast the Queen Mary really is Date: 1936

Background imageFunnels Collection: Royal Yacht, HMY Victoria and Albert

Royal Yacht, HMY Victoria and Albert Date: 1855

Background imageFunnels Collection: Cunard ship, Etruria, passenger liner

Cunard ship, Etruria, passenger liner
Cunard ship, Etruria, Liverpool to London passenger liner Date: 1888

Background imageFunnels Collection: American Line, St Paul, St Louis - postcard

American Line, St Paul, St Louis - postcard
American Line, St Paul, St Louis US Mail Steamers - postcard, postally used 6 September 1912: Am glad to say the Olympic arrived at New York on September 4th at 4.30pm'. Date: 1912



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