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30-KNOT LINER PROBABLE

New York Times

Statement of the Managing Director of Harland & Wolff
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Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES
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LONDON, Aug. 22---According to New York reports published here, Lord
Pirrie, head of the firm of Harland & Wolff of Belfast, is quoted as
having stated that his firm could build a large turbine liner and
guarantee a speed of 30 knots an hour.

In the absence of Lord Pirrie, who is shooting in Scotland, the Belfast
correspondent of THE NEW YORK TIMES to-day saw the Right Hon. Alexander
Carlisle, managing director of Harland & Wolff.  Mr. Carlisle declares
that such a vessel is within the bounds of probability.

Related Biographies:

William James Pirrie
Alexander Carlisle

Acknowledgements

Mark Baber

Citation

Encyclopedia Titanica (2007) 30-KNOT LINER PROBABLE (New York Times, Friday 23rd August 1907, ref: #5652, published 5 September 2007, generated 24th January 2021 12:52:57 AM); URL : https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/30-knot-liner-probable.html