Saturday, October 11, 2014

New York passenger shipping 1957


The famous Port of New York passenger ship docks on the Hudson River, back in 1957 showing seven transatlantic liners: RMS BRITANNIC, Cunard White Star, the magnificent QUEEN MARY of 1936, the RMS MAURETANIA of 1939, all Cunarders,  the French Line FLANDRE, later to become Costa Line's CARLA C in 1968, followed by Greek Line's flagship OLYMPIA, the UNITED STATES and one of the American Export Line's sisters, the CONSTITUTION or INDEPENDENCE.
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1 comment:

mosfaqur // marine parts said...

Its a nice picture of New York passenger ship docks on the Hudson River.