Cunard Ship in New York


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tom blackburn

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I acquired a photo album with many photos of ships in the New York harbor and docked. Date is around 1912-1914. Last photo in album is if a NORE wooden lightship with a revolving light on top of mast. I believe the cruise ended back in England (mouth of the Thames). I know they were not used after about 1915. There is a four funnel ship docked at what appears to be the Cunard dock. The ship has a light colored stripe around each funnel about 1/4 way down from top. Can't tell the color of rest of funnel (B&W photo). Also there is an outside cover over the top deck windows similar to the Titanic to keep the wind/water off of the passengers. I know it can't be the Olympic. What Cunard ships had this? Is not the Lusitania or Muritania.
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The ship has a light colored stripe around each funnel about 1/4 way down from top.

Cunard's funnels had no such stripe.
 
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