2 edition of British passenger liners of the five oceans. found in the catalog.
British passenger liners of the five oceans.
C R Vernon Gibbs
The great age of ocean travel has long since passed, but ocean liners remain one of the most powerful and admired symbols of modernity. No form of transport was as romantic, remarkable, or contested, and ocean liner design became a matter of national prestige as well as an arena in which the larger dynamic s of global competition were played s: Passenger Liners of the World Since Jacket photograph of liner, France III, from Colour Library International, Ltd. thirteen of the better known steam-ship companies dating back as far as are featured in this book. The book is illustrated with an original photograph of each of the ships. Picture History of British Ocean.
British Passenger Liners of the Five Oceans. Putnam, of Steam Navigation from the Pacific Coast of North America to the Far East and the Antipodes, Cornwall Books, Other Excellent Sources. The Titanic was a luxury British steamship that sank in the early hours of Ap after striking an iceberg, leading to the deaths of more than 1, passengers and crew. Read about the.
The complete set of passenger records from long-distance ocean liners that left Britain between and have gone online for the first time. The transatlantic route between Europe and North America may have been the most competitive and most prestigious ocean liner service, but it was hardly the only one. Prior to airplanes, ocean liners were the sole means of travel between continents, so the oceans of the world were crossed by numerous liners on numerous routes. While 10 transatlantic liners have survived .
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British Passenger Liners of the Five Oceans: A Record of the British Passenger Lines and Their Liners from to the Present Day Hardcover – January 1, by C. Vernon Gibbs 4/5(1). British Passenger Liners of the Five Oceans Hardcover – January 1, by C.
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British Passenger Liners of the Five Oceans by Vernon C. Gibbs (; pgs plus addendum) - hardcover w/dustjacket; beautiful glossy pages ; Passenger Liners of the Western Ocean by Vernon C.
Gibbs (; pages) - hardcover w/protected dustjacket; full of pages and pages of photographs; Western Ocean Passenger Lines and Liners: by End date: British Ocean Liners by Fleming, H.M.
Le and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The story of their one hundred years of service is accompanied by numerous fascinating anecdotes, and the book focuses as much on the social need for coastal passenger services, the men and women who provided the services and the passengers who used them, as it does on the nuts and bolts of the ships s: 4.
The author of The Ocean Liner brings a cast of real and fictional characters together on a cruise ship bound for the United States from Europe right before WWII. One of the passengers is a young Rosemary Kennedy. While living in England where her father served as Ambassador, she fell in love with a man named Cubby Hubbard/5().
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Ship - Ship - Passenger liners in the 20th century: The upper limits of speed possible with piston-engined ships had been reached, and failure in the machinery was likely to cause severe damage to the engine.
In Charles A. Parsons designed the yacht Turbinia, using a steam turbine engine with only rotating parts in place of reciprocating engines. This is a list of ocean liners past and present, which are passenger ships engaged in the transportation of passengers and goods in transoceanic voyages.
Ships primarily designed for pleasure cruises are listed at List of cruise ships which have been explicitly designed for both line voyages and cruises, or which have been converted from liners to cruise ships.
PASSENGER LINERS OF THE WORLD SINCE by Nicholas T. Cairis (Revised Edition Hardcover in dust jacket pages 11 x 8 1/2 inches Each page has a black and white photo and information about one of the ships.
Titanic, British luxury passenger liner that sank on April 14–15,during its maiden voyage, en route to New York City from Southampton, England, killing about 1, people. One of the most famous tragedies in modern history, it inspired numerous works of art and has been the subject of much scholarship.
The stories of these ships on both oceans is told in this new book. Some were scrapped prematurely, others casualties of war and still others restored and reactivated for Canadian Pacific liner services in the late Forties and into the Fifties.
British passenger liners of the five oceans. Charles Robert Vernon Gibbs — Ocean liners. SS Athenic, British passenger liner, White Star Line, later renamed SS Pelagos. A bird's-eye view of the deck of an ocean going liner in the 's. From The Book of Ships, published c RMS Maloja, British ocean liner of the P&O Line.
Date: circa s Worlds. The Liverpool and Great Western Steamship Company, known commonly as the Guion Line, was a British passenger service that operated the Liverpool-Queenstown-New York route from to While incorporated in Great Britain, 52% of the company's capital was from the American firm, Williams and Guion of New York.
Known primarily for transporting immigrants, in. Steamship Lines Handling Passenger Traffic On The North Atlantic Between British, US and Canadian Ports () Fifteen lines of steamships are at present engaged in the passenger traffic of the North Atlantic, between British and United States and Canadian ports, constituting what may well be called an " Ocean Ferry.".
RMS (later HMT) Olympic was a transatlantic ocean liner, the lead ship of the White Star Line's trio of Olympic-class liners.
Unlike her younger sister ships, Olympic enjoyed a long and illustrious career, spanning 24 years from to Song Prologue - Birth; Artist Audiomachine; Album Epica; Licensed to YouTube by Audiomachine (on behalf of audiomachine); Audiomachine (Publishing), LatinAutor, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, ASCAP.
The Turbine Steamship Fairsky was a one-class Italian-styled passenger ship operated by the Sitmar Line, best known for service on the migrant passenger route from Britain to Australia from May until February After a month lay-up at Southampton, Fairsky completed two further voyages to Australia, before returning to be based at Sydney as a popular full-time.
InMark Twain was a passenger on the first cruise originating in America, documenting his adventures of the six month trip in the book Innocents Abroad. The endorsement by the British Medical Journal of sea voyages for curative purposes in the s further encouraged the public to take leisurely pleasure cruises as well as transatlantic.
Get this from a library! Coastal passenger liners of the British Isles. [N S Robins; Neil Sayer] -- At the beginning of the last century it was possible to sail from London to Glasgow via the south coast ports and Belfast, returning along the east coast from either Dundee or .The Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, more commonly known as the White Star Line (WSL), was a British shipping company.
Founded out of the remains of a defunct packet company, it gradually rose up as one of the most prominent shipping lines in the world, providing passenger and cargo services between the British Empire and the United many other.
Think ocean liners and you will most likely conjure up images of a glamorous world peopled by society beauties and actors playing deck quoits by day and elegantly sipping cocktails in art deco wood-panelled bars by night. Ocean Liner: Speed and Style Ocean Liners is the companion book to an exhibition at the V&A and the Peabody Essex Museum and as its .