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Trans Atlantic Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 92 pictures in our Trans Atlantic collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Baggage Label for the Cunard Line Featured Print

Baggage Label for the Cunard Line

A fine example of a luggage label - a bag label for the Cunard Line, featuring a picture of the RMS Mauretania. According to the notes on the reverse of this tag, the baggage attached to this particular label was destined for the hold on a journey from New York to Southampton, sailing on 1st November 1933 on the RMS Aquitania. The passenger (Miss Alberta Agnes Sharpe) is detailed as a Tourist, residing on Deck C, Stateroom no.141, bed B!

© Mary Evans Picture Library

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900 Featured Print

SS Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse, 1900

Photograph of the stern of the North German Lloyd Liner Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse at sea, 1900. This liner was built by the Vulcan Shipyards at Stettin with the aim of winning the Blue Riband. Launched in 1897, by the Kaiser himself, she made the Transatlantic run in 5 days and 20 hours in the same year to claim the title. She served on the TransAtlantic run until 1914, when she was taken over by the German Navy as an auxiliary cruiser. In August of the same year, she was sunk after being attacked by HMS Highflyer

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Remains of Hawker and Grieves Sopwith Featured Print

Remains of Hawker and Grieves Sopwith

The remains of the Sopwith aeroplane Atlantic (picked up in the Mid Atlantic) from the ill-fated attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean by Harry George Hawker and Kenneth Mackenzie Grieve (May 18th - 19th, 1919) - displayed in Selfridge's Roof Garden. The attempt was borne out of a competition run by the Daily Mail, who awarded Hawker and Grieve a consolation prize of 5000! Date: circa late 1919

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection