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Date archive: May 2015

Over the last few days I have been posting my images of the 3 Cunard Queens in Liverpool over the bank holiday weekend. It’s extraordinary how many views these images have had on Facebook and LinkedIn, over 450 in total, which is a record for me. It is certainly nice to have your images appreciated…

Liverpool is ready for a historic meeting. Cunard’s Three Queens are meeting on the River Mersey tomorrow to celebrate Cunard’s 175th Anniversary. Liverpool is the spiritual home, where in 1840 Cunard’s Britannia inaugurated the first-ever regularly-scheduled service across the Atlantic, from Liverpool to New York. Tomorrow promises to be an amazing, once in a lifetime occasion…

Today is the centenary of a another key WW1 incident. About 1,200 people died and 771 survived when the British liner Lusitania was torpedoed by a German submarine on 7 May 1915 during World War One. Her sinking sent shockwaves around the globe and was said to have influenced America’s entry to the war One of the…

Just spent 4 excellent days in London staying with my eldest son James. We managed to visit a few places and pubs. As always, London offered some great photo opportunities. I had forgotten how impressive the Cutty Sark was. Built on the Clyde in 1869, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built…

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