This website and its discussion forum contains the story of the legendary QE2, told through the stories of the people who travelled on her, worked on her, admired her from afar or helped to build and maintain her.
2020 QE2 Calendar - details below
Our motto, "Keeping the Legend Alive" relates to trying to keep QE2's memory alive, through stories, memories and photographs.
This site is based in the UK, and is not connected with any other company or organisation. The site is run by volunteers using donations on a not for profit basis. The site was created by and is administered by Rob Lightbody.
Within our discussion forum you'll meet former crew, enthusiasts, fans, passengers, historians, researchers, experts and 'celebrities' from the world of the QE2 who contribute together in discovering and remembering the Story of the QE2.
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Each month we run a photo competition based on a theme chosen by our members.
The winning photo or photos then go towards the creation of an annual QE2 wall calendar that anyone can buy
You can buy the 2020 Calendar here.
Our members have been hard at work finding their best photos, and uploading them to our comprehensive Gallery.
To contribute to the gallery, and to be able to use it fully you need to first be a member of the forum, login, and then click the Gallery button that is built into the forum.
Uploading photos is easy, and then they will be there for QE2 fans around the world to enjoy.
Our Pin Badge
Show your support for the legend that is the QE2 while at the same time showing your support for your favourite QE2 website by wearing our lovely new badge!
Its subtle enough to wear to any occasion and we've already sent badges all over the world. Order yours now in our shop!
Get Togethers & QE2 Events
Each year, we host get-togethers to share our QE2
stories in person. These can be on board one
of the current
Cunard ships, or at related maritime events. Our first
was in 2009, and our biggest was the
QE2 50th Anniversary Event in Clydebank in 2017.
We have had trips on the Paddle Steamer Waverley, a visit to the QE2's shipyard including a trip up the famous Titan Crane and we visited the Tall Ships Race in Greenock. We've also been in Southampton and on board the current Cunarders. More details of past and future events, and how to join in, on the forum.
QE2 Story 50th Anniversary Conference in Clydebank
Day trip on the famous Clyde Paddle Steamer PS Waverley
QE2 Story Get together at Crowne Plaza, Glasgow
On board Cunard's Queen Victoria during
her first visit to the Clyde
Standing on QE2's Slipway in Clydebank
Keep up to date with the latest news from the QE2 herself, and the forum. You don't need to be a member of Twitter - you can just go to this address - https://twitter.com/TheQE2Story - and read what's happening. If you are a member of Twitter, please follow our tweets.
Our QE2 'Virtual Webcam' of Archived Images
The QE2's BridgeCam is back! Here we present a rolling 'best of' many hundreds of images from QE2's live webcam. The image changes with each page refresh.
You are welcome to incorporate it into your own website, all you have to do is embed the URL for the image in your page like for any image - the URL is https://www.theqe2story.com/QE2WebCamImages.php