Product images of The 'Lancastria' at Funchal, Madeira
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The 'Lancastria' at Funchal, Madeira
A tranquil scene in Funchal Harbour. Launched in 1920 as the 'Tyrrhenia' for the Anchor Line, a subsidiary of Cunard, she made her maiden voyage on 19 June 1922. Just two years later she was refitted and renamed 'Lancastria'. After1932 she was used exclusively for cruising.
Marine Photo Service (Waterline Collection)
- Image reference: P83911
- Waterline Collection, National Maritime Museum, London