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Cunard Collection

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Background imageCunard Collection: OCEAN LINER QUEEN MARY. The Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary launched in 1934

OCEAN LINER QUEEN MARY. The Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary launched in 1934. Painting, 1934, by William McDowell

Background imageCunard Collection: Cunard Line Poster

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

Background imageCunard Collection: Queen Mary, Cunard cruise ship

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

Background imageCunard Collection: RMS Carpathia

RMS Carpathia
The Cunard RMS Carpathia on her maiden voyage in 1903. She was the first vessel built by Cunard exclusively for second and third class passengers

Background imageCunard Collection: RMS Carpathia, 1903

RMS Carpathia, 1903
Photograph of the Cunard Lines RMS Carpathia, launched by the Swan Hunter Shipyard, in 1902. She was the first vessel built for the Cunard Line which was exclusively for second

Background imageCunard Collection: THE QE2

THE QE2
The RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 ( QE2 ), Cunard Line Ocean Liner, flagship of the line from 1969 to 2004. Date: 1977

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: Lancastria Steamship

Lancastria Steamship
Passenger liner and mail steamer of the Cunard White Star Line

Background imageCunard Collection: Mauretania Postcard

Mauretania Postcard
Steam ship of the Cunard line at New York

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RMS Mauretania - Passenger liner of the Cunard White Star line, she held the Blue Riband for 21 years; she was withdrawn from service and broken up in 1935.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

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

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: QUEEN MARY

QUEEN MARY
Cunard White Star liner - at the time, both the largest and the fastest ship of her kind in the world, with accommodation for 5000 passengers. Date: launched 26 Sept. 1934

Background imageCunard Collection: THE QE2

THE QE2
The RMS Queen Elizabeth 2 ( QE2 ), Cunard Line Ocean Liner, flagship of the line from 1969 to 2004. Date: 1977

Background imageCunard Collection: The Launch of R. M. S. Queen Mary, Clydebank, September 1934

The Launch of R. M. S. Queen Mary, Clydebank, September 1934
Photograph of the launch of the R.M.S. Queen Mary, viewed from the slipway she had just left, 26th September 1934. The Cunard White Star Liner then spent the next year-and-a-half in Clydebank

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: Cunard travel Poster

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

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: Poster advertising Imperial Airways

Poster advertising Imperial Airways flights around the world, in collaboration with Cunard White Star cruises to Europe

Background imageCunard Collection: RMS Campania steamship

RMS Campania steamship
Photograph of RMS Campania, British ocean line steamship, owned by the Cunard Steamship Line, built by Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company of Govan, Scotland

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

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

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: S.s Etruria, New York to Liverpool, November 8th to 15th 1890. Artist: Jack Lethbridge

S.s Etruria, New York to Liverpool, November 8th to 15th 1890. Artist: Jack Lethbridge
S.S Etruria, New York to Liverpool, November 8th to 15th 1890. RMS Etruria was a transatlantic ocean liner built by John Elder & Co of Glasgow

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard Lines

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

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

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

Background imageCunard Collection: RMS Homeric - Ocean Liner for the White Star Line

RMS Homeric - Ocean Liner for the White Star Line Date: circa 1920s

Background imageCunard Collection: RMS Mauretania steamship, a Cunard liner, at sea

RMS Mauretania steamship, a Cunard liner, at sea, 1908 Date: 1908

Background imageCunard Collection: Cunard poster

Cunard poster
Poster for Cunard shipping line and their service to the USA and Canada featuring the magnificent Aquitania being pulled into port by tug boats

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: Cunard Line - Ivernia, off New Brighton, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Cunard Line - Ivernia, off New Brighton, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Cunard Line - Ivernia, off New Brighton, c1910. The British ocean liner SS Ivernia, launched in 1899, was owned by the Cunard Line and built by Swan Hunter & Wigham Richardson of Newcastle upon Tyne

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: The Cunard Liner RMS Scythia

The Cunard Liner RMS Scythia - became a troop and supply ship during WW2. Date: 1922

Background imageCunard Collection: Cunard White Star Line - RMS Carinthia Ocean Liner

Cunard White Star Line - RMS Carinthia Ocean Liner. Sunk by U-46 on 7th June 1940. Date: circa 1925

Background imageCunard 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 imageCunard Collection: The Shipbuilder, Special Aquitania Number

The Shipbuilder, Special Aquitania Number
Front cover of The Shipbuilder industry journal, June 1914 issue, focusing on the Cunard cruise liner Aquitania, launched the same year

Background imageCunard Collection: R. M. S. Queen Mary, Cunard White Star liner, May 1936

R. M. S. Queen Mary, Cunard White Star liner, May 1936
Photograph of the R.M.S. Queen Mary on sea trials, prior to her maiden voyage, May 1936

Background imageCunard Collection: R. M. S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934

R. M. S. Queen Mary under construction, 1934
Photograph of Queen Mary, then known as 534, under construction at John Browns shipyard, Clydebank. Work on the massive liner had been halted between 1931 and 1934 due to lack of funds

Background imageCunard Collection: The Queen Mary in Southampton

The Queen Mary in Southampton
Seagulls eye view of the Cunard passenger liner as she prepares to slip her moorings and leave her dock at Southampton, assisted by two tugs

Background imageCunard Collection: The Queen Mary in the 1930s

The Queen Mary in the 1930s
The Cunard White Star liner at Southampton, England

Background imageCunard Collection: Main Street and Post Office, Gibraltar

Main Street and Post Office, Gibraltar, on a busy day. Date: 1910s

Background imageCunard Collection: English poster, c1930, for LMS Express and Cunard Line, rail and ocean travel

English poster, c1930, for LMS Express and Cunard Line, rail and ocean travel
LMS EXPRESS/CUNARD POSTER. English poster, c1930, for LMS Express and Cunard Line, rail and ocean travel

Background imageCunard Collection: Aquitania in Full Steam

Aquitania in Full Steam
Cunard White Star liner In full steam

Background imageCunard Collection: Menu cover for RMS Samaria, Cunard Line

Menu cover for RMS Samaria, Cunard Line, featuring New Years Eve celebration (Auld Lang Synes) Date: 1934

Background imageCunard Collection: Mauretania Photograph

Mauretania Photograph
Cunard Line R.M.S. Mauretania

Background imageCunard Collection: FRANCONIA STEAMSHIP

FRANCONIA STEAMSHIP
Passenger liner of the Cunard line, employed chiefly as a cruise ship

Background imageCunard Collection: Liverpool Docks C1895

Liverpool Docks C1895
Liverpool docks, with the Cunard liner Campania

Background imageCunard Collection: QUEEN MARY

QUEEN MARY
The Cunard White Star passenger liner at the time of her launch. Tonnage 70, 000. Length at water-line 306m



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Step aboard the majestic world of Cunard, where history and luxury converge. From the iconic Queen Mary to the opulent Cunard cruise ships that grace our seas today, this renowned line has left an indelible mark on maritime travel. In 1903, RMS Carpathia set sail under the Cunard flag, embarking on a journey that would forever change its destiny. This vessel became synonymous with heroism as it rescued survivors from the ill-fated Titanic in 1912. The grandeur continued with THE QE2, a floating palace that epitomized elegance and sophistication. Its presence commanded attention wherever it docked, captivating hearts around the globe. Cunard Line posters adorned walls worldwide, showcasing these magnificent vessels against breathtaking backdrops. They beckoned travelers to embark on unforgettable adventures across oceans and continents. A painting of the Lusitania serves as a poignant reminder of both triumphs and tragedies experienced by Cunard throughout its storied past. It stands as a testament to resilience in times of adversity. As part of the prestigious Cunard White Star liner fleet, Lancastria Steamship embodied excellence in every aspect. Its impeccable service standards set new benchmarks for luxury travel during its time. RMS Mauretania reigned supreme as one of Cunard's most celebrated ships – a true marvel of engineering prowess and aesthetic beauty. It captured imaginations with its speed and splendor on transatlantic crossings. Witnessing The Launch of R. M. S Queen Mary at Clydebank in September 1934 was an awe-inspiring moment etched into history books forever. This monumental event marked another milestone for Cunard's legacy. Through it all, each voyage encapsulated dreams realized and memories made – tales woven into fabric only found within those who have sailed under the banner Line. So step aboard this timeless journey where tradition meets innovation; where the spirit of adventure thrives amidst luxurious surroundings.