The QE2 Story's Gallery

Keeping the Legend Alive - through your photos!


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Boat deck to funnel - just beautiful88 viewsLynda Bradford00000
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Not a pair of eyes...102 views29 September 2008.Isabelle Prondzynski00000
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Scones!63 views18 September 2008.Isabelle Prondzynski00000
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Ready for afternoon tea123 views29 September 2008.Isabelle Prondzynski00000
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Unique headwear 47 viewsYou are unlikely to find this on any other ship!Barumfox00000
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The Baked Alaska Parade 56 viewsThe current Chef's Parade is worthy but just not the same Barumfox00000
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Intrepid British Explorers 71 viewsFinally find the easiest way across the Panama isthmus to the Pacific - 15/01/2007Barumfox00000
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Steaming in sunshine 200872 viewsTwynkle00000
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The Bit Beneath the Bridge - Now Out of Bounds!61 viewsTwynkle00000
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Weighing Anchor - No other Liner could do it better!80 viewsTwynkle00000
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Winner Source of her unique voice71 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo shared with permission. Taken on our penultimate voyage onboard, a Med Cruise in August 2007.Thomas Hypher00000
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So sleek!69 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo shared with permission. Taken on the morning of 23rd October 2004 in Vigo, Spain. We had just arrived on time after leaving Southampton 6/7 hours late due to bad weather and passing through a Force 9 gusting Force 10 in the Bay of Biscay at around 28 to 29 knots. QE2 was a mere couple of weeks from exceeding Aquitania's record for the longest serving Cunard Ocean Liner - she didn't look old or perform like an old ship!Thomas Hypher00000
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Sublime, iconic, and unique87 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo shared with permission. Taken on the morning of 23rd October 2004 in Vigo, Spain from the dockside. We had just arrived on time after leaving Southampton 6/7 hours late due to bad weather and passing through a Force 9 gusting Force 10 in the Bay of Biscay at around 28 to 29 knots. QE2 was a mere couple of weeks from exceeding Aquitania's record for the longest serving Cunard Ocean Liner - she didn't look old or perform like an old ship!Thomas Hypher00000
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The stunning bow 385 viewsHamburger00000
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The stunning bow 273 viewsHamburger00000
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The stunning bow 163 viewsHamburger00000
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As Tarts Delight64 viewscunardqueen00000
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Eating with the crew...62 viewscunardqueen00000
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Her Afternoon tea75 viewscunardqueen00000
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Tables of The World 1983114 viewsCunarder Man00000
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Just So QE2!47 viewsCunarder Man00000
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QE2 Queen's Room Band55 viewsCunarder Man00000
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Mod172 viewsBejeweled crown of the Queens RoomStowaway2k00000
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Curves, Sexy Curves107 viewsStowaway2k00000
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Sparkling Like a Diamond Tiara102 viewsStowaway2k00000
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