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Available as Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 59 pictures in our Liner collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Models of SS and RMS Britannic BL22639_002 Featured Print

Models of SS and RMS Britannic BL22639_002

Models of the SS Britannic and the RMS Britannic, photographed by Bedford Lemere and Company in May 1914. The smaller SS Britannic was launched by White Star Line in 1874 and scrapped in 1903. Her primary role was the carriage of immigrant passengers across the Atlantic between Liverpool and New York. The second White Star ship to bear the name Britannic was an Olympic-class ocean liner launched in February 1914 as a sister ship of RMS Titanic. Like her namesake, she too was built by Harland and Wolff as a transatlantic passenger liner, but following the outbreak of the First World War she was requisitioned as a hospital ship and became HMHS Britannic (His Majesty's Hospital Ship) and was sunk in 1916 after striking a mine

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Verandah Cafe, RMS Olympic BL24990_012 Featured Print

Verandah Cafe, RMS Olympic BL24990_012

Fractured glass plate negative. Looking forward in the Verandah Cafe, RMS Olympic, White Star Line, 1920-21. The Olympic was sister ship to the ill-fated Titanic and Britannic. This Bedford Lemere and Company photograph was commissioned by the White Star Line, which was also known as the Oceanic Steam Navigation Company, and was probably taken at Southampton docks

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Cafe design for RMS Titanic BL21522_002 Featured Print

Cafe design for RMS Titanic BL21522_002

A drawing showing the proposed design for No. 2 Cafe Parisien on board RMS Titanic. This photograph of the original drawing was taken for Aldam Heaton and Company Limited, who designed the interiors of the Titanic as well as her sister ship RMS Olympic. The original size of the drawing is recorded as 20 3/4 inches by 16 inches. The photograph dates from March 1912 and was taken by Bedford Lemere and Company

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