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This community is for websites dedicated to ocean liners and passenger ships. Before the arrival of Jet Travel, the most advanced countries of the World competed to produce the fastest and most luxurious seagoing vessels possible. It was an age of technological wonders, an era when the biggest liners dwarfed even the largest battleships and oil tankers, Ships like the Titanic and the Queen Mary were mighty sources of national pride and also state-of-the-art engineecommunity icons.

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Historic Ocean Liners
A Yahoo-based discussion group where Members can share knowledge, texts and images relating to the golden age of ocean travel.

KJ's Photo Gallery
KJ's photographs of ocean liners like Caronia, QE2 and Great Britain, plus interior fittings and decor from the Blue Riband holder RMS Maurentia (resently in a restaurant in Bristol, England) and also ...

Titanic Archive
Titanic Archive tells the story of the doomed ocean liner through historical documents and period photographs which have been restored and enhanced using the latest graphic techniques.

RMS Olympic Archive
The fascinating story of Titanic's sister-ship. From 1911 to 1935, RMS Olympic sailed the oceans, successfully carrying thousands of people as a passenger liner and troopship. Her history is vividly illustrated ...

The White Star Line
A history of the White Star Line/Oceanic Steam Navigation Company - illustrated with contemporary photographs and images.

Mauretania Archive
The story of RMS Mauretania - the passenger liner that held the blue riband for almost 20 years. Her history, told in words and pictures.

Historic Ocean Liners Archive
An online archive of images, information and technical data related to the great passenger ships of the past.

Brian Hawley's Olympic & Coronia Site
A site which mainly focuses on two great ships from different eras of ocean travel. Visitors will also find much of interest about other vessels and a link to the webmaster's fascinating emporium of passenger ...