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White Star Line by Janette McCuthcheon
ISBN
9781445618012
Published
Released
01 / 11 / 2013
Binding
Paperback
Pages
128
Dimensions
246 x 168 x 12mm

White Star Line: A Photographic History is the story of the famous shipping line which was in existence for only 70-odd years but which managed, from its first voyage in 1871 to its merger with Cunard in 1934, to build some of the most luxurious ships afloat, including the three giant sisters, Olympic, Titanic and Britannic.

Many previously unpublished images tell the story of the White Star Line from its inception in 1869 to the scrapping of the last liner in the fleet in 1960. Only one vessel survives from the White Star Line today, the small passenger tender Nomadic, built specially to service the Olympic and Titanic at Cherbourg and all that remains of the other ships are photos and small items from on board.

Janette McCutcheon uses some of her collection of memorabilia to tell the story, not just of the Titanic and her sister ships but also that of the other vessels of the fleet, from the Oceanic of 1870 to the Georgic of 1932. As well as its transatlantic services from Liverpool and Southampton, the Mediterranean and Australia/New Zealand services are covered too.
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White Star Line: A Photographic History is the story of the famous shipping line which was in existence for only 70-odd years but which managed, from its first voyage in 1871 to its merger with Cunard in 1934, to build some of the most luxurious ships afloat, including the three giant sisters, Olympic, Titanic and Britannic.

Many previously unpublished images tell the story of the White Star Line from its inception in 1869 to the scrapping of the last liner in the fleet in 1960. Only one vessel survives from the White Star Line today, the small passenger tender Nomadic, built specially to service the Olympic and Titanic at Cherbourg and all that remains of the other ships are photos and small items from on board.

Janette McCutcheon uses some of her collection of memorabilia to tell the story, not just of the Titanic and her sister ships but also that of the other vessels of the fleet, from the Oceanic of 1870 to the Georgic of 1932. As well as its transatlantic services from Liverpool and Southampton, the Mediterranean and Australia/New Zealand services are covered too.
ISBN:
9781445618012
Publication Date:
01 / 11 / 2013
Pages:
128
Dimensions:
246 x 168 x 12mm

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