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SS CONTE GRANDE, Italian Line, 1927-1961. During WWII seized by the US Navy and operated as a troopship, USS Monticello.

SS CONTE GRANDE, Italian Line, 1927-1961. During WWII seized by the US Navy and operated as a troopship, USS Monticello.

France

SS France at sea. Bama,my grandmother,& Papa my grandfather,took me on one of the last crossings of the SS France I was 15 and my cousin Liz turned 14 in Paris.

The Cunard liner RMS Queen Mary.  My parents got married here.  :)

Sept 1967 The Cunard liner RMS Queen Mary arrived in Southampton after her last trans Atlantic crossing

SS United States  1952  Its maiden voyage was 1940 and after the war competed for over a decade but the day of ocean liners had passed

SS United States Conservancy acquires SS United States from cruise line to save ship from scrap yard.

Italian Line CONTE DI SAVOIA departs New York October 5, 1935 via Todd Neitring

Italian Line CONTE DI SAVOIA departs New York October 5, 1935 via Todd Neitring

8.1910 - Sentinel Island, Alaska: Steamship Princess May (named for Mary of Teck, Queen Elizabeth II's grandmother) built in 1888 in Newcastle upon Tyne in North East England. Grounded in 1910 on the rocks near Sentinel Island, on which there was a US lighthouse station! The ship was left jutting completely out of the water, which became the subject of this famous photograph.

William Howard Case: S. Princess May shipwrecked off Sentinel Island, Alaska, 1910 William Howard Case: S. Princess May .

MS Angelina Lauro (MS Oranje) - passenger liner, a wartime hospital ship and finally a cruise ship that was burnt out and subsequently lost while being towed for scrap. She sank in a storm in the mid-Pacific, on Sep 24, 1979

MS Angelina Lauro (MS Oranje,first cruise Aug - passenger liner, wartime hospital ship and finally a cruise ship that burned and subsequently lost while being towed for scrap. She sank in a storm in the mid-Pacific, on Sep 1979

A beautiful colourised view of a beautiful ship. HMS Hood in 1924. | by umbry101

HMS Hood (pennant number was the last battlecruiser built for the Royal Navy.

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