Tag Archives: HISTORY OF CUNARD

Vinatage Railroad Ads from 1930s to 1950s… when traveling by train was deluxe…

Pullman and Social History: Vintage Railroad Ads – 1930s to 1950s… Pullman, the Super Chief, Southern Pacific, the Chief and the 20th Century Limited. 1930s: Go Pullman overnight for $4.75… 1950s : The Shasta Daylight on the friendly Southern Pacific… Deluxe travel to the Coast – during the 1940s… Santa Fe to Phoenix and Palm Springs… Santa Fe – The ... Read More »

The Greatest RMS TITANIC Film – A NIGHT TO REMEMBER.

Here is the trailer of A NIGHT TO REMEMBER – the greatest RMS Titanic film made. A Night to Remember is a 1958 docudrama film adaptation of Walter Lord’s book of the same name, recounting the final night of the RMS Titanic. It was adapted by Eric Ambler, directed by Roy Ward Baker, and filmed in the United Kingdom. The ... Read More »

HISTORY OF THE CUNARD LINE

Social History: History of The Cunard Line Cunard Line was the only company to continue regular transatlantic ocean crossings by liners after the 1970s.  The French Line, Italian Line, the United States Line had gone out of business.  Swedish America Line, Holland America Line along with Home Lines continued but only operating cruise ships.  Liner service between New York and ... Read More »

TITANIC MOVIE – FROM 1929 – PART TWO – Great short movie of the RMS TITANIC.

TITANIC MOVIE – FROM 1929 – PART TWO – Great short movie of the RMS TITANIC. For more information on the RMS TITANIC – Click Here. On April 14,1912 a great ship called the Titanic sank on its maiden voyage. That night there were many warnings of icebergs from other ships. There seems to be a conflict on whether or ... Read More »