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Background imageFunnel Collection: S.s Etruria, New York to Liverpool, November 8th to 15th 1890. Artist: Jack Lethbridge

S.s Etruria, New York to Liverpool, November 8th to 15th 1890. Artist: Jack Lethbridge
S.S Etruria, New York to Liverpool, November 8th to 15th 1890. RMS Etruria was a transatlantic ocean liner built by John Elder & Co of Glasgow

Background imageFunnel Collection: Cunard ocean liners, 1920s. Creator: Unknown

Cunard ocean liners, 1920s. Creator: Unknown
Cunard ocean liners, 1920s. Fastest Ocean Service in the World: R.M.S. " Mauretania", R.M.S. " Berengaria" & R.M.S

Background imageFunnel Collection: Peace, Burial at Sea, c1842. Artist: JMW Turner

Peace, Burial at Sea, c1842. Artist: JMW Turner
Peace, Burial at Sea, c1842. Found in the Tate collection, London

Background imageFunnel Collection: RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard ocean liner, 20th century

RMS Queen Elizabeth, Cunard ocean liner, 20th century. Built by John Brown & Co at Clydebank, the Queen Elizabeth was the worlds largest ocean liner when she was launched in 1938

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Harbour, Bridlington Quay, c1896. Artist: JW Shores

The Harbour, Bridlington Quay, c1896. Artist: JW Shores
The Harbour, Bridlington Quay, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageFunnel Collection: Cunard White Star liner Berengaria, approaching Cunard pier, 1936

Cunard White Star liner Berengaria, approaching Cunard pier, 1936
Approaching Her Berth. A striking photgraph of the Cunard White Star liner Berengaria (ex-Imperator, 52, 101 tons), assisted by tugs, coming into the Cunard pier, 1936

Background imageFunnel Collection: S. S. Rotokino, 1891. Creator: William Forster

S. S. Rotokino, 1891. Creator: William Forster
S. S. Rotokino, 1891.

Background imageFunnel Collection: VATERLAND funnels, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

VATERLAND funnels, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
VATERLAND funnels, between c1910 and c1915.

Background imageFunnel Collection: Jackies on 14' gun -- NEW YORK, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service

Jackies on 14" gun -- NEW YORK, between c1910 and c1915. Creator: Bain News Service
Jackies on 14" gun -- NEW YORK, between c1910 and c1915.

Background imageFunnel Collection: The new gun-boat Staunch, built at Elswick, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1868. Creator: Unknown

The new gun-boat Staunch, built at Elswick, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1868. Creator: Unknown
The new gun-boat Staunch, built at Elswick, Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1868. Gun-boat '...built for the Admiralty upon the plans of Mr

Background imageFunnel Collection: Lake Te Anau, Milford track, South Island. From the album: Record Pictures of New Zealand, 1920s

Lake Te Anau, Milford track, South Island. From the album: Record Pictures of New Zealand, 1920s. Creator: Harry Moult
Lake Te Anau, Milford track, South Island. From the album: Record Pictures of New Zealand, 1920s.

Background imageFunnel Collection: Marama, NZ hospital ship off the Needles, Isle of Wight, English Channel, 1918

Marama, NZ hospital ship off the Needles, Isle of Wight, English Channel, 1918. Creator: Frank Barnes
Marama, NZ hospital ship off the Needles, Isle of Wight, English Channel, 1918.

Background imageFunnel Collection: The French ironclad Rochambeau, formerly the American Dunderberg, 1868. Creator: Unknown

The French ironclad Rochambeau, formerly the American Dunderberg, 1868. Creator: Unknown
The French ironclad Rochambeau, formerly the American Dunderberg, 1868. Ship '...purchased by the French Government from the United States...[She] is a very formidable vessel of war...[and] may be

Background imageFunnel Collection: H.M.S. Wyvern, double-turreted iron-clad steam-ram, 1865. Creator: Unknown

H.M.S. Wyvern, double-turreted iron-clad steam-ram, 1865. Creator: Unknown
H.M.S. Wyvern, double-turreted iron-clad steam-ram, 1865. One of two steam-rams '...built by Mr. Laird, at Birkenhead, for the service presumably of the Confederate States in the American

Background imageFunnel Collection: GEO. WASHINGTON, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service

GEO. WASHINGTON, between c1915 and c1920. Creator: Bain News Service
GEO. WASHINGTON, between c1915 and c1920.

Background imageFunnel Collection: Limehouse, before 1920? Creator: Charles Henry Baskett

Limehouse, before 1920? Creator: Charles Henry Baskett
Limehouse, before 1920? Depicts many barges and boats on the River Thames in the industrial area of Limehouse in the East End of London

Background imageFunnel Collection: Dolphin, 1912. Creator: Bain News Service

Dolphin, 1912. Creator: Bain News Service
Dolphin, 1912. Shows an auxiliary dispatch ship which was probably part of the naval review for President William Howard Taft in New York City, October 14, 1912

Background imageFunnel Collection: Olympic, 1911. Creator: Bain News Service

Olympic, 1911. Creator: Bain News Service
Olympic, 1911. Shows the arrival of the White Star ocean liner Olympic in New York, June 21, 1911 after her maiden transatlantic voyage

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Dundee screw steamship Hibernia, 1865. Creator: Smyth

The Dundee screw steamship Hibernia, 1865. Creator: Smyth
The Dundee screw steamship Hibernia, 1865. The screw-steamer Hibernia is the last vessel that the Dundee, Perth, and London Shipping Company have added to their fleet

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition: the Great Eastern off Brighton on her return home, 1865

The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition: the Great Eastern off Brighton on her return home, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition: the Great Eastern off Brighton on her return home - from a sketch by our special artist, 1865

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition: preparing for the final attempt to grapple the lost cable

The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition: preparing for the final attempt to grapple the lost cable, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Atlantic Telegraph Expedition: preparing for the final attempt to grapple the lost cable - from a sketch by our special artist, 1865

Background imageFunnel Collection: The new iron-clad fleet: Her Majesty's sloop-of-war Enterprise, 1864. Creator: Smyth

The new iron-clad fleet: Her Majesty's sloop-of-war Enterprise, 1864. Creator: Smyth
The new iron-clad fleet: Her Majesty's sloop-of-war Enterprise, 1864. She is the smallest vessel plated with 4½-inch armour that has yet been set afloat

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Great Eastern Railway Company's steamer Avalon, 1864. Creator: Smyth

The Great Eastern Railway Company's steamer Avalon, 1864. Creator: Smyth
The Great Eastern Railway Company's steamer Avalon, 1864. The first of a fleet of steam-boats, which Messrs. Dudgeon, of Cubitt Town, Blackwall

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Royal Sovereign turret-ship, 1864. Creators: Edwin Weedon, Smyth

The Royal Sovereign turret-ship, 1864. Creators: Edwin Weedon, Smyth
The Royal Sovereign turret-ship, 1864. The first turret-ship of the British Navy, the Royal Sovereign, which has been converted from an ordinary three-decker into her present form under

Background imageFunnel Collection: The French Transatlantic Company's steam-packet Washington, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The French Transatlantic Company's steam-packet Washington, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The French Transatlantic Company's steam-packet Washington, 1864. This large and beautiful paddle-wheel steamer, the first of a line of mail-packets

Background imageFunnel Collection: Race in the Channel between the Atalanta twin-screw steamer and the Dover mail-packet Empress

Race in the Channel between the Atalanta twin-screw steamer and the Dover mail-packet Empress, 1864. Creator: Smyth
Race in the Channel between the Atalanta twin-screw steamer and the Dover mail-packet Empress, 1864. The Atalanta...has a pair of screw propellers instead of a single one

Background imageFunnel Collection: Prince Ruspoli, 1919. Creator: Bain News Service

Prince Ruspoli, 1919. Creator: Bain News Service
Prince Ruspoli, 1919. Shows Prince Eugenio Ruspoli, Secretary of the Italian Embassy, probably taken aboard the Mauretania at the Cunard pier in New York on November 25, 1919

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Peninsular and Oriental Company's new paddle-wheel steamer Nyanza, 1864. Creator: Smyth

The Peninsular and Oriental Company's new paddle-wheel steamer Nyanza, 1864. Creator: Smyth
The Peninsular and Oriental Company's new paddle-wheel steamer Nyanza, 1864. A ship built by the Thames Ironworks and Shipbuilding Company from designs by Mr. G. C

Background imageFunnel Collection: 'Our Special Artist' on board The Lilian, running the blockade into Wilmington Harbour... 1864

"Our Special Artist" on board The Lilian, running the blockade into Wilmington Harbour... 1864
"Our Special Artist", on board The Lilian, running the blockade into Wilmington Harbour, North Carolina, 1864. American Civil War

Background imageFunnel Collection: The War in America: the Federal steamer Chesapeake, seized by Confederates... 1864. Creator: Smyth

The War in America: the Federal steamer Chesapeake, seized by Confederates... 1864. Creator: Smyth
The War in America: the Federal steamer Chesapeake, seized by Confederates, landing crew and passengers off Musquash Harbour, Bay of Fundy, 1864. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Charles C

Background imageFunnel Collection: Vladivostok. Corner of Svetlanskaya street, 1900-1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok. Corner of Svetlanskaya street, 1900-1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok. Corner of Svetlanskaya street, 1900-1904. National Library of Russia

Background imageFunnel Collection: Steamer 'White Horse' in Five Fingers, 1920. Creator: Unknown. Steamer 'White Horse' in Five

Steamer "White Horse" in Five Fingers, 1920. Creator: Unknown. Steamer "White Horse" in Five
Steamer "White Horse" in Five Fingers, 1920

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Nebraska and Kansas Territory: Steamer passing Baton Rouge, Nebraska, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Nebraska and Kansas Territory: Steamer passing Baton Rouge, Nebraska, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Nebraska and Kansas Territory: Steamer passing Baton Rouge, Nebraska, 1856. Paddle steamer named "Uncle Sam" on the Mississipi, with Old Louisiana State Capitol in the distance

Background imageFunnel Collection: U.S.S. New York, c1893. Creator: William H. Jackson

U.S.S. New York, c1893. Creator: William H. Jackson
U.S.S. New York, c1893

Background imageFunnel Collection: U.S.S. Solace, 1898. Creator: Unknown

U.S.S. Solace, 1898. Creator: Unknown
U.S.S. Solace, 1898

Background imageFunnel Collection: Str. Eastern States, 1901. Creator: Unknown

Str. Eastern States, 1901. Creator: Unknown
Str. Eastern States, 1901

Background imageFunnel Collection: Steam yacht Surf, ca 1903. Creator: Unknown

Steam yacht Surf, ca 1903. Creator: Unknown
Steam yacht Surf, ca 1903

Background imageFunnel Collection: The Australian Twin Steamer 'Bunyip', 1858. Creator: Unknown. The Australian Twin Steamer 'Bunyip'

The Australian Twin Steamer "Bunyip", 1858. Creator: Unknown. The Australian Twin Steamer "Bunyip"
The Australian Twin Steamer "Bunyip", 1858. Our Engraving represents one of a class of vessels now becoming general on the Murray and other rivers in South Australia

Background imageFunnel Collection: The King and Queen of Portugal going on board the Serapis in their State Barge...1876. Creator: L.B

The King and Queen of Portugal going on board the Serapis in their State Barge...1876. Creator: L.B
The King and Queen of Portugal going on board the Serapis in their State Barge, from a sketch by our special artist, 1876

Background imageFunnel Collection: The lake steamer 'Lady Elgin', as she lay at her wharf at Chicago on the day before she... 1860

The lake steamer "Lady Elgin", as she lay at her wharf at Chicago on the day before she... 1860
The lake steamer "Lady Elgin", as she lay at her wharf at Chicago on the day before she was lost - from a photograph by S

Background imageFunnel Collection: Single Leaf from the Arabic Version of Dioscorides De materia medica, Rajab 621 AH/AD 1224

Single Leaf from the Arabic Version of Dioscorides De materia medica, Rajab 621 AH/AD 1224. Creator: Unknown
Single Leaf from the Arabic Version of Dioscorides De materia medica, Rajab 621 AH/AD 1224. Two doctors preparing medicine. A funnel is set on a tripod over a vessel

Background imageFunnel Collection: At sea; During boarding, a patrol cruiser turns on the visiting vessel which it encircles... 1917

At sea; During boarding, a patrol cruiser turns on the visiting vessel which it encircles... 1917. Creator: Unknown
At sea; During boarding, a patrol cruiser turns on the visiting vessel which it encircles in its wake, 1917. From "L'Album de la Guerre 1914-1919, Volume 2" [L'Illustration, Paris

Background imageFunnel Collection: H.M.S. 'Termagant' convoying the gun-boats 'Grappler'

H.M.S. "Termagant" convoying the gun-boats "Grappler" and "Forward" through the Straits of Magellan: steaming through the ice in Wide Channel - from a sketch by C

Background imageFunnel Collection: New steam-ship 'Giraffe' for the Glasgow and Belfast Royal Mail line, 1860. Creator: Unknown

New steam-ship "Giraffe" for the Glasgow and Belfast Royal Mail line, 1860. Creator: Unknown
New steam-ship "Giraffe" for the Glasgow and Belfast Royal Mail line, 1860. On Saturday, July 7, the Lord Provost, Magistrates

Background imageFunnel Collection: The new clipper steam-ship 'Ly-ee-moon', built for the opium trade, 1860. Creator: Unknown

The new clipper steam-ship "Ly-ee-moon", built for the opium trade, 1860. Creator: Unknown
The new clipper steam-ship "Ly-ee-moon", built for the opium trade, 1860. This beautiful vessel, which on her trial-trip attained the extraordinary speed of nearly seventeen knots per hour

Background imageFunnel Collection: City of Erie (Pennsylvania), c1900. Creator: William H. Jackson

City of Erie (Pennsylvania), c1900. Creator: William H. Jackson
City of Erie (Pennsylvania), c1900

Background imageFunnel Collection: New steam-ship 'Giraffe' for the Glasgow and Belfast Royal Mail line, 1860. Creator: Unknown

New steam-ship "Giraffe" for the Glasgow and Belfast Royal Mail line, 1860. Creator: Unknown
New steam-ship "Giraffe" for the Glasgow and Belfast Royal Mail line, 1860. On Saturday, July 7, the Lord Provost, Magistrates

Background imageFunnel Collection: U.S.S. Chicago, between 1890 and 1901. Creator: William H. Jackson

U.S.S. Chicago, between 1890 and 1901. Creator: William H. Jackson
U.S.S. Chicago, between 1890 and 1901



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