Southampton LinersMarch 16, 2023March 16, 2023 Pre-war image of Ocean Dock with four funnelled Aquitania with unidentified White Star liner astern. Ocean Dock with Cunard Line Aquitania alongside. Aquitania alongside Ocean Dock P&O liner Arcadia having sailed from Southampton leaves the Solent via the Needles Passage. Elder Dempster Line Aureol. A regular visitor to Southampton Berengaria that was scrapped before World War II North German Lloyd Berengaria (ex Gripsholm) in Southampton Water. SS Canberra from PS Waverley. P&O cruise liner Canberra afloat in Number 7 dry dock. Union Castle Line Capetown Castle alongside at Western Dock. Union Castle Line RMS Edinburgh Castle passing Hythe en route to the ship breakers. Edinburgh Castle and Pendennis Castle alongside Western Dock. Canadian Pacific Line Empress of Britain outward bound passing the Isle of Wight in the 1930s. SS France off Hythe. SS France outward bound. Hamburg Atlantic Line Hanseatic (ex Empress of Scotland) in Southampton Water. United States Line SS Leviathan arriving at Southampton Water between the wars. Tug tender Romsey in attendance. Cunard Line Mauretania leaving Southampton for the ship breakers. Bidding farewell to RMS Mauretania. Note her masts have been shortened to permit her to go beneath the Forth Rail Bridge on her passage to the breakers at Inverkeithing. Dutch Line Nieuw Amsterdam at Souhampton. Nieuw Amsterdam docking at Southampton. Shaw Saville Line Ocean Monarch at Southampton. SS Olympic loaded with United States troops during the First World War – alongside at Southampton. SS Orange (ex Pretoria Castle) off the Isle of Wight. SS Orange (ex Pretoria Castle) alongside at Southampton. Orient Lines (later P&O) Oriana undergoing maintenance in King George V graving dock, also known as Number 7 dry dock. RMS Queen Elizabeth aground on the Brambles Bank off Cowes. RMS Queen Elizabeth being nursed into the berth by Red Funnel tug tender Calshot. RMS Queen Elizabeth alongside the Western Docks. Queen Frederica in Number 6 dry dock Southampton for her annual overhaul. RMS Queen Mary leaving Southampton for the final time 1967. RMS Queen Mary inward bound in Southampton Water. RMS Queen Mary and Red Funnel excursion vessel Balmoral in Southampton Water. RMS Queen Mary possibly on her maiden voyage in 1936 (hence all the bunting on all vessels). RMS Queen Mary off Cowes rounding the Brambles Bank inbound to Southampton. RMS Queen Mary off Cowes outward bound from Southampton. RMS Queen Mary leaving Southampton for the last time. Motor vessel Balmoral may be seen in attendance. Blue Funnel Steamers MV Veros undertaking a docks cruise passing Queen Mary alongside Ocean Terminal. RMS Queen Mary making her final arrival at Southampton in 1967. Here seen passing the still busy Royal Pier. RMS Queen Mary passing Queen Elizabeth in the mid-Atlantic. Union Castle Line cruise ship Reina Del Mar departing from the Western Docks. United States Line flagship United States arriving at Southampton. SS United States inward bound passing Cowes on possibly her maiden arrival as there are 2 excursion paddle steamers in attendance. United States and Queen Elizabeth off Cowes. SS United States alongside Ocean Terminal.