Wordless Wednesday......



Queen Mary

1,019 feet long

1,001 Trans Atlantic Crossings

Over 2,000 portholes

First voyage - 1936

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18 comments:

  1. I bet it's beautiful inside!! Great shot.

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  2. Hotep! This is a great photo. I lived in Los Angeles for a number of years and the Queen Mary was a remarkable sight!

    I was feeling particularly bad about the war in Iraq today. My WW asks for an end to the war.

    peace, Villager

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  3. She must be amazing to see! The ship is enormous.

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  4. That's one imposing little row boat! I never saw it before this picture. Thanks for educating me.

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  5. I thought the boat was part of the hotel, it's not, right? Guess it would be interesting to have a hotel build like a ship.

    Thanks for dropping by my blog.
    (http://cloudbliss.blogspot.com)

    Have a great week!

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  6. It's absolutely amazing to me how huge those "boats" are! Even back then...

    Great photo!

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  7. Wow! Impressive.I think she has sailed to my country(India) too.Name is veryfamiliar.

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  8. WOW! Gigantic is one word that comes to mind! Everything else looks so TINY!!!

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  9. It's amazing how something that big can float. Nice picture

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  10. I now live in Hurricane, but I lived in South Charleston for 30 years. I've been to Buckhannon many times. Nice to meet someone who has lived here.

    Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  11. What a cool place to visit! I have a bit of a boat obsession and dream of going on a cruise one day.

    Happy WW!

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  12. That's one huge tug boat!!!!

    Been catching up on your posts since I got done jury duty today. I would love to go see all there is at Motown. I loved that kind of music as a teen and still like some of it. Must have been an interesting trip for you.

    Really enjoyed your words of wisdom. Very true all of them. I especially liked the last one about not doing something your mom wouldn't like! ha! Guess we've all done that a few times in our lives! heehee!

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  13. wow cool shot.... is that ship haunted

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  14. Hi Suzy,
    I just wanted to say hello to a fellow Pennyslvanian (I'm from Southwestern PA)! I found you through Lindy's blog. Nice to meet you!

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Thank you for stoppin' by and leaving a comment...I'll be over to see you in just a little bit !
Suzy