Workmen - Mauretania

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The aft launch cradle in position. This photograph shows some of the workmen who built the vessel.

RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside.

Reference: TWAS: 2931.T.6

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    • 18/May/2011 19:05:42

    Was she the sister ship of The Lusitania?

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    Abdullah Rashed - KWT ( excuse 4 slow replies)

    • 19/May/2011 09:30:53


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    • 08/May/2012 07:15:20

    I thought the two forward propellers were 4-bladed? In your other photo of the stern, it shows them being 4-bladed.