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The Normandie enters the Cunard Lines pier on the Hudson, NYC.

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The Normandie enters the Cunard Lines pier on the Hudson, NYC.

At the foot of 42nd Street: Normandie with three fat stacks in the middle, Queen Mary with three skinnier stacks at bottom. Normandie burned here, Nazi sabotage claimed. Normandie was that time’s biggest and fastest. 1941

At the foot of Street: Normandie with three fat stacks in the middle, Queen Mary with three skinnier stacks at bottom. Normandie burned here, Nazi sabotage claimed. Normandie was that time’s biggest and fastest (Blue Ribbon). -by Andreas Feininger, 1940

Luxury liner row in New York just after WWII began. From the top: Conte di Savoia (Italy), Aquitania and Queen Mary (UK), Normandie and Ile de France (France).

Conte Di Savoia, Aquitania, Queen Mary, Normandie and Ile-De-France line the piers of "Luxury Liner Row" in New York City, late 1939

Five Great Liners in a Row -  Ah, to be in New York on 20 March 1937. On that wonderful pre-war Saturday, for just a single hour, four of the day’s seven largest ocean liners—Europa, Rex, Normandie and Berengaria (plus the smaller Georgic) were docked side-by-side at their North River piers. Which one would you tour for 50 cents? (You could do that back in those pre-security-obsessed days.)

Five Great Liners in a Row - Ah, to be in New York on 20 March On that…

The SS Normandie a former French luxury liner which was seized by U.S. and renamed USS Lafayette, caught fire while transforming the ship into a U.S. troopship and listed port side, at New York Pier 88 in New York. To costly to restore it was scrapped in 1946.

The SS Normandie a former French luxury liner which was seized by U. and renamed USS Lafayette, caught fire while transforming the ship into a U. troopship and listed port side, at New York Pier 88 in New York. To costly to restore it was scrapped in

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queen mary docking in new york city I count 6 tugs pushing at the bow, and the 4 pulling with cables at the stern, putting her in the berth!

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The Normandie, peerless flagship of The French Line, viewed at Pier 88, New York City, her inaugural year of 1935.

Normandie, peerless flagship of The French Line, viewed at Pier New York City, her inaugural year of

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