Captain Stephen J. Card M.N.I.

Maritime Artist

Stephen Card was commissioned to produce a collection of pictures for display on board the Queen Mary 2.

Aquitania steaming up the Firth of Clyde on her way to the breakers at Faslane in February 1950.

Berengaria northbound for New York on the return leg of a Labor Day cruise to Bermuda in September 1936.

Under a full moon, the Scythia rounds the Light Vessel Calshot Spit as she leaves Southampton Water in the early 1950s.

.Lancastria being berthed in St. George's during one of her cruises from New York in the early months of 1939.

Franconia arriving at Cunard's North River pier at the completion of her 1937 Around The World Cruise.

Alaunia on the Thames, outward bound on a voyage from the great port of London to Quebec and Montreal in the early summer of 1939.

After the White Star Line merged with Cunard in 1934 to become Cunard-White Star, the Olympic soldiered on until March 1935, when she made her final trip to New York. Back in Southampton she was laid up until scrapping in Jarrow.

Majestic outbound at the start of an Atlantic crossing in the summer of 1934.

   

All images are copyright by Captain Stephen J. Card and used with permission of Captain Card and Carmania Press.

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 19 January 2004. Revised 31 October 2014.