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Bow view of the 'Aquitania' (1914) on the stocks
The passenger liner 'Aquitania' (1914) under construction by John Brown & Co. Ltd at Clydebank. The starboard bow of the ship is viewed from a position north of the building berth. At the right edge of the image is the 150-ton derrick crane on the East Wharf of the Fitting-out Basin.
Bedford Lemere & Co.
- Image reference: G10700
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London