Queen Elizabeth (1936). Built as a running mate to Queen Mary, the first Queen Elizabeth began her life as a troop ship during WWII. During the war, she carried more than 750,000 troops and sailed over 500,000 miles. Following the war, she commenced her role as transatlantic ocean liner, which lasted until the late 50s when she began sailing between New York and Nassau. Cunard continued to operate Queen Elizabeth until her retirement in 1969.

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In this photo, we see the RMS Queen Elizabeth docking in New York Harbor in 1956. The Queen Elizabeth was an luxury ocean liner operated by the Cunard Line. Her career ran from her launch on September 27, 1938 until her retirement in 1969, when she was replaced by the Queen Elizabeth II.

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Queen Mary 2 and Queen Elizabeth 2 sailing side-by-side. #cruise #travel

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Vivat Regina: Commanding headline study of the RMS Queen Elizabeth. Note the similarities between her profile and that of the French Normandie.

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Cunard's three newest ships - Queen Victoria, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary 2 - were photographed side-by-side at sea for the first time ever

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RMS Queen Elizabeth - 1939 - The Main Lounge has been re-carpeted, and all upholstery has been renewed with a new bandstand added and air-conditioning enhanced

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RMS Queen Elizabeth

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