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R. M. S. Queen Mary leaving Clydebank, March 1936

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R. M. S. Queen Mary leaving Clydebank, March 1936

Photograph of the R.M.S. Queen Mary leaving John Browns shipyard, Clydebank, for Greenock on 24th March 1936. Several of the seven tugs involved in manoevering the Queen Mary down the Clyde are visible in the shot

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24th Clyde Clydebank Greenock Involved Leaving Ship Yard Shot Tugs Visible 1936


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This photograph captures a momentous occasion in maritime history - the departure of the iconic R.M.S. Queen Mary from John Browns shipyard in Clydebank on 24th March 1936. The sheer size and grandeur of this majestic ocean liner is truly awe-inspiring as it sets sail for Greenock, with seven tugs visible in the shot assisting in its maneuvering down the Clyde. The image exudes a sense of nostalgia and significance, transporting us back to a time when ships like the Queen Mary were at the forefront of luxury travel and international transportation. The intricate details captured in this print showcase not only the impressive scale of the vessel but also highlight the skilled craftsmanship that went into its construction. As we gaze upon this historical snapshot, we are reminded of a bygone era when ocean liners ruled the seas and represented a symbol of prestige and elegance. The sight of these tugs working tirelessly to guide the Queen Mary on its journey serves as a testament to human ingenuity and determination. This print is more than just a visual representation - it is a window into our past, offering us a glimpse into an age where ships like the R.M.S. Queen Mary reigned supreme on the waters, leaving behind a legacy that continues to captivate our imaginations today.

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