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QE2 at Civitavecchia on Tuesday 26th July 2005 (3)6 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 at Civitavecchia on Tuesday 26th July 2005 (2)2 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 at Civitavecchia on Tuesday 26th July 2005 (1)2 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo.Thomas Hypher
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Her Denny Brown Stabilisers in action6 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from our July 2008 Bridge visit.1 commentsThomas Hypher
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Whistle Control Panel5 viewsMy photo from our July 2008 bridge visit.Thomas Hypher
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Port Bridge Wing manoeuvring station or "Barbecue" 8 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from our July 2008 Bridge visit where, as I've since learnt, we were shown around the bridge by Blair Skilton the officer in this photo and forum member skilly56's (Tony Skilton's) Son. It's a very small world!Thomas Hypher
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Passing under the Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge and into New York2 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from the January 2008 tandem crossing with Queen Victoria. All three ships of the fleet (at the time) entered New York one after another, QM2 trailing QE2 who was leading the way as was only right and proper!Thomas Hypher
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Going under the 25 de Abril Bridge outbound from Lisbon0 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from Thursday 2nd August 2007, on our penultimate voyage onboard.Thomas Hypher
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Departing Bergen2 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from Monday 31st July 2006, on our 4th voyage onboard called "Northern Odyssey" in the brochure.Thomas Hypher
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Racing through a Force 9 gusting Force 10 in the Bay of Biscay (2)11 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from our October 2004 voyage. Another photo in the series from this Bay of Biscay passage. My Dad was one of only two passengers out on deck at the time, and he was getting soaked in spray from the waves breaking over the bow but at the aft end of Boat Deck about 800 feet aft of the bow! Unfortunately I was busy being badly seasick for about a day and a half in our cabin at the bow but will never forget the motions of QE2 racing through the storm and our cabin creaking!Thomas Hypher
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Racing through a Force 9 gusting Force 10 in the Bay of Biscay (1)10 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from our October 2004 voyage. QE2 had left Southampton 7 hours late due to a very late arrival caused by the same stormy weather. We would go on to arrive in Vigo, Spain (our first port of call) on time after a day and a half of bombing along in the upper 20s of knots in what was originally scheduled to be two whole sea days. Captain McNaught definitely opened up the throttles.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 in her element on her final transatlantic crossing12 viewsNot rough weather on this occasion but the famous North Atlantic swells were present and at times noticeable. A screenshot from my Dad's (James A Hypher's) video footage from onboard QM2 on the final tandem crossing and QE2's final transatlantic crossing, Eastbound, between the 16th and 22nd October 2008.Thomas Hypher
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Departing Rotterdam with one of several water salutes!9 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from Friday 4th August 2006 (14 years ago today! - day of uploading this photo). We had a wonderful send off from Rotterdam including a choir, but almost girted the tug off our stern with our sheer power and torque even at 72rpm as we left the cruise terminal. My Uncle and Auntie watching from the dockside said the tug master only just recovered and their photos show how dicey it was. Family friend and fellow ship enthusiast Stephen Macey is in the photo.Thomas Hypher
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Shirley Ann Marshall 122 viewsLynda Bradford
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One Deck aft, looking forward and up at those wonderful aft decks8 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from late in the evening of 25th October 2004, on our second voyage, an Iberian cruise.Thomas Hypher
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Sunrise and a Swim?12 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo. Sunrise on 19th July 2005, off North West France, heading South to the Mediterranean. Note the Starboard side Jacuzzi bubbling away!Thomas Hypher
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Mersey Ferry makes a surprise appearance11 views2004Lynda Bradford
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An unexpected surprise and a dream come true16 viewsLate July 2005. A surprise, very rare visit to the bridge with the onboard nursery. QE2 was going nearly 28.5 knots. Vivid memories to last a lifetime and a moment of significant influence in my life.Thomas Hypher
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Nasty Surprise, a particularly smokey tug!16 viewsNot sure this tug would pass emissions laws these days ;)
It had just given us a good load of smoke to the bit beneath the bridge which had the large group of us coughing and spluttering a bit. My photo from departing Civitavecchia on Friday 25th July 2008.
Thomas Hypher
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Towel Animals, always a nice surprise!21 viewsDad's photo (James A Hypher's) photo from our last voyage onboard in July 2008. Taken in cabin 3005, note the original to 1969 mirror, light, chest of drawers, and bunk bed.Thomas Hypher
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QE2's first and last visit to Propriano, Corsica30 viewsMy photo from Thursday 24th July 2008. Also our final voyage onboard.Thomas Hypher
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QE2's final departure from New York (2)30 views16th October 2008. A screen capture from my Dad's (James A Hypher's) video footage of this bittersweet event filmed from QM2's Boat Deck.Thomas Hypher
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QE2's final departure from New York (1)33 views16th October 2008. A screen capture from my Dad's (James A Hypher's) video footage of this bittersweet event filmed from QM2's Boat Deck.2 commentsThomas Hypher
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 199513 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 199510 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19958 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19959 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19959 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19959 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19959 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 199511 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19959 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19959 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19958 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 199515 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 19958 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2 VE Day Plymouth, 8 May 199510 viewsImage © Michael Gallagher for The QE2 Story - do not use without permission.Rob Lightbody
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QE2's Theatre - December 13th 200711 viewsRob Lightbody
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Juxtaposed15 viewsMy photo from Friday 25th July 2008, in Civitavecchia, on our last voyage onboard.Thomas Hypher
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Outside the Yacht Club16 viewsOctober 2004. My Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo.Thomas Hypher
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Table Tennis spot between the Grand Lounge and the Yacht Club14 viewsAugust 2003, Westbound Transatlantic. Our first voyage onboard QE2, we were hooked on her! Photo taken on a disposable film camera by my Dad (James A Hypher).Thomas Hypher
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A lot of famous faces aboard - observing QM230 viewsOct. 15, 2008Hamburger
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Lido Midnight Buffet Ice Sculpture14 viewsMy Dad's (James A Hypher's) photo from our July 2005 voyage.Thomas Hypher
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Flannel Elephant12 viewsOne of several flannel animals the room steward made on our final voyage onboard in July 2008. My photo.Thomas Hypher
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"Russia"16 viewsBoat Deck, A Stairway, July 2008. My photo.
"Russia" can now be found in the terminal/lobby building in Dubai along with the same description panel (usually a Cunard Lion branded description panel) as many of the items formerly onboard, and still found onboard, also have.
Thomas Hypher
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QE2 in Clydebank fitting out basin, November 1967 approx - Front three quarters33 viewsI love this shot, because until recently, you could stand in that exact spot and imagine her sitting there. The foreground was roughly the same as late as 2019, not sure what its like now though (they're building a supermarket...)Rob Lightbody
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QE2 in Clydebank fitting out basin, November 1967 approx - Starboard Side32 viewsThe launch gear as shown in a previous photoRob Lightbody
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QE2 in Clydebank fitting out basin, November 1967 approx - Bow27 viewsShot of QE2 bow-on in the fitting out basinRob Lightbody
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Mooring ropes and Maintenance23 viewsMy photo, Monday 25th October 2004 in Gibraltar.Thomas Hypher
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The falls and the funnel23 viewsMy photo, July 2008 - probably from our visit to Propriano, Corsica.Thomas Hypher
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Lifeboat/Tender 12 on it's falls and over the side in Propriano, Corsica15 viewsThursday 24th July 2008, QE2's only visit to Propriano. My photo.Thomas Hypher
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Look aft on QE2 in summer 1967 towards the River Cart32 viewsRob Lightbody
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QE2 under construction in Clydebank in summer 196733 views1 commentsRob Lightbody
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On the boat deck - QE2 under construction in Clydebank in summer 196738 viewsRob Lightbody
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Inside the theatre - QE2 under construction in Clydebank in summer 196744 viewsRob Lightbody
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QE2 under construction in Clydebank in summer 196738 viewsRob Lightbody
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View across QE2's bow and Clydebank QE2 under construction in Clydebank in summer 196747 viewsRob Lightbody
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Yacht Club - Christmas 200778 viewsClever. effective and simple use of the coloured balloons.Rob Lightbody
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QE2's last ever visit to Monte Carlo14 viewsMy photo from our run ashore on Saturday 26th July 2008. We left the port with no fanfare or marking of the occasion, hauling anchor and blowing our whistles a bit before calmly sailing off.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 anchored off Monte Carlo20 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo. Taken from a tender going ashore on the morning of Sunday 5th August 2007.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 about to depart from Civitavecchia15 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo from the evening of Tuesday 26th July 2005. He almost missed the ship despite being told he had plenty of time to take a few photos!Thomas Hypher
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Queen Victoria From The Lido15 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo from QE2's tandem transatlantic crossing with Queen Victoria in January 2008, my Auntie (Dad's sister) is sitting looking out from their table.Thomas Hypher
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View from Cabin 5054 (2)15 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo from our cabin on our first voyage onboard, a Westbound transatlantic in August 2003.Thomas Hypher
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Through a Window?13 viewsQE2 Funnel through a 'window' on a spare propeller blade on QM2Cunarder Man
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The Bridge and the Mast29 viewsIsabelle Prondzynski
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Built like a Battleship19 viewsMy photo from our bridge visit of Tuesday 29th July 2008, whilst sailing through the Bay of Biscay enroute back to Southampton on what was our final voyage onboard. I was standing on the raised platform belonging to the port bridge wing's manoeuvring station (otherwise nicknamed a barbecue I think?), the port side compass repeater being in the foreground along with the bridge wing's leading edge weather deflector setup. My Dad happened to take a photo that shows me taking this photo hence knowing the above!Thomas Hypher
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Still a working ship30 viewsMy photo from our bridge visit of Tuesday 29th July 2008, whilst sailing through the Bay of Biscay enroute back to Southampton on what was our final voyage onboard.Thomas Hypher
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View ahead from the port bridge wing26 viewsMy photo from our bridge visit of Tuesday 29th July 2008, whilst sailing through the Bay of Biscay enroute back to Southampton on what was our final voyage onboard. We were going around 22 knots at the time and the weather deflectors were doing their job with our headwind allowing me to take this photo unlike my previous bridge visit when we were going over 28 knots! Thomas Hypher
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Brian Price slide 3: Construction showing decks13 viewsLynda Bradford
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Brian Price slide 4: Bulbous Bow17 viewsPicture showing the bulbous bow being installedLynda Bradford
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QE2 and Tugs on the River Mersey.40 viewsHer final call to Liverpool.shipnshore
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Liverpool Calling.23 viewsFinal call to Liverpool in 2008.shipnshore
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QE2's Beautiful Bow18 viewsRob Lightbody
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The Beautiful QE213 viewsRob Lightbody
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QE2 in Civitavecchia19 viewsMy photo from our last voyage onboard. Friday 25th July 2008.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 in Manhattan23 viewsMy photo taken as a 6 year old on a disposable film camera. Sunday 17th August 2003.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 in Vigo61 viewsMy photo from Sunday 23rd October 2004.Thomas Hypher
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Green on Boat Deck from the bridge wing17 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo shared with permission. Taken on our bridge visit on our last voyage in July 2008, as we sailed back to Southampton through a very sunny, warm, and calm Bay of Biscay.Thomas Hypher
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Green desk in the Library33 viewsMy (unfortunately a bit blurry) photo from our penultimate voyage in August 2007.Thomas Hypher
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Green in the Lido15 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo shared with permission. From our second voyage, an Iberian cruise, in October 2004.Thomas Hypher
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Source of her unique voice21 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo shared with permission. Taken on our penultimate voyage onboard, a Med Cruise in August 2007.Thomas Hypher
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So sleek!34 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 Hypher
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Sublime, iconic, and unique28 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 Hypher
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QE2 Queen's Room Band17 viewsCunarder Man
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Wonderful wake and original design22 viewsOne of my own photos from our final voyage in July 2008.Thomas Hypher
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July 2008 Bridge visit in the Bay of Biscay 233 viewsOne of my Dad's (James Hypher's) photos from our bridge visit on our final voyage. My Dad and I rediscovered this photo and the others in the series the other day having forgotten they were taken for a decade! I am the child with the Cunard bum bag taking my own bridge photos whilst standing on the raised platform for the port-side "barbecue" outer manoeuvring station next to the leading edge of the port bridge wing.Thomas Hypher
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July 2008 Bridge visit in the Bay of Biscay 123 viewsOne of my Dad's (James Hypher's) photos from our bridge visit on our final voyage. My Dad and I rediscovered this photo and the others in the series the other day having forgotten they were taken for a decade!Thomas Hypher
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Promenade Carpet11 viewsRob Lightbody
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Repainting the starboard anchor14 viewsMy photo from Monday 25th October 2004 whilst docked in Gibraltar.Thomas Hypher
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One of the excellent towel animals39 viewsMy photo taken in July 2008 (and almost a selfie with the cabin mirror). On at least two of our voyages (2007 and 2008) the cabin steward/stewardess made towel animals and they were always very appreciated!Thomas Hypher
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I spy the Cunard House Flag19 viewsI took this photo on the afternoon of Thursday 24th July 2008 whilst QE2 was anchored in the bay at Propriano, Corsica on her only visit there.Thomas Hypher
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Midnight Buffet, August 200315 viewsMy Dad's (James Hypher's) photo from our first voyage onboard. I was fast asleep in cabin 5054 at this time given I was 6 years old at the time. My Mum is in the middle of the photo and looking at the camera. This photo shows the scale of some of the sculptures!Thomas Hypher
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Midnight Buffet, July 2005 220 viewsAnother of my Dad's (James Hypher's) photos shared with permission.Thomas Hypher
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Midnight Buffet, July 2005 124 viewsOne of my Dad's (James Hypher's) photos shared with permission.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 docks on the Clyde for the final time, October 200810 viewsRob Lightbody
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QE2 on the Clyde, 40 years to the day since launch, with Warior III10 viewsRob Lightbody
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Tug leaving - job done15 viewsQE2 round Britain cruise 2004Lynda Bradford
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Tug holding her steady9 viewsQE2 anchored off Liverpool 2004Lynda Bradford
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Tug at the ready9 viewsQE2 anchored at Liverpool 2004Lynda Bradford
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Job done and standing by as we depart!15 viewsMy photo of the tug that assisted our departure from Civitavecchia on Friday 25th July 2008. MV Bleu de France (now MV Saga Sapphire and originally MV Europa) and MV Ocean Dream (originally Carnival's first ever newbuild, MV Tropicale) are docked in the background.Thomas Hypher
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Picking up the slack on our line!9 viewsMy photo of the tug that assisted our departure from Civitavecchia on Friday 25th July 2008 as it reversed and was even more smoky!Thomas Hypher
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About to get a lung full of exhaust!13 viewsMy photo of the tug that assisted our departure from Civitavecchia on Friday 25th July 2008 as she was coming to take our line at the bow.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 Sets sail from Southampton 12-8-200819 viewsRob Lightbody
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Smokey Tug helping out at Civitavecchia21 viewsMy digital photo from Friday 25th July 2008 as we departed Civitavecchia after MV Ocean Village Two and GTV Brilliance of the Seas on our last voyage onboard.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 departing New York to return to Southampton20 viewsMy film photo taken as a 6 year old showing her departure of Sunday 17th August 2003 with the ever present and famous Moran Tugs helping out. We were wishing we were on her for the return at this point having very much caught the QE2 bug on the crossing!Thomas Hypher
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Passing Fawley Oil Refinery at the start of a Westbound transatlantic12 viewsMy film photo of us passing Fawley Oil Refinery on Monday 11th August 2003 at the start of our first voyage onboard. I was 6 years old when taking this photo.Thomas Hypher
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Cunard's Red Flag on the bow of QE216 viewsRob Lightbody
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Always the last to leave the Princess Grill20 viewsThe Princess Grill was very red! Red seats, walls and chairs.Rob Lightbody
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QE2's Emergency Lifeboat12 viewsSeen just after watching the sun rise over Africa, passing through the Straits of Gibraltar. Magnificent.Rob Lightbody
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Cunard House Flag and Red Ensign flying proud76 viewsMy photo from our final voyage whilst in French waters - QE2's only visit to Propriano, Corsica an anchor port on Thursday 24th July 2008. Also shows off the red paint near QE2's Signal Mast whistles.Thomas Hypher
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Crowning glory20 viewsMy photo from Lisbon on Thursday 2nd August 2007 on our penultimate QE2 voyage. Lisbon is one of my favourite ports and cities. Note the significant tidal range visible with the gangway's angle and the gangway's location on Two Deck at Midships Lobby (unusual in ports without an enclosed gangway as we would then embark or disembark via Five Deck normally) which was "interesting" when trying to get my Mum and her electric scooter back onboard!Thomas Hypher
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Iconic Cunard Red peaking out from the dockside19 viewsMy photo from alongside in Civitavecchia on Friday 25th July 2008 on our last voyage.Thomas Hypher
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QE2 on the Clyde, 40 years to the day since launch (Balmoral listing)11 viewsRob Lightbody
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QE2 on the Clyde, 40 years to the day since launch (far)8 viewsRob Lightbody
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Tied Up at Honolulu Harbor16 viewsSince I never been onboard QE2, my only memories of her were the times that I caught her at Honolulu Harbor. This photo is taken from Pier 13 looking toward Pier 11 where she was tied up on her stop during her annual around the world trip.Mel
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Visiting the heartbeat of the Queen18 viewsDavid Pressler
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A head for heights?16 viewsGeorge C Griffiths
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First transatlantic and voyage, August 2003 214 viewsMe and my Mum at the bottom of "A" Stairway on Five Deck - my Dad took the photo from on Boat Deck around 80 feet above.Thomas Hypher
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First transatlantic and voyage, August 2003 117 viewsMum's photo of me and my Dad getting a bit windswept!Thomas Hypher
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My first emergency drill, August 200314 viewsOne of my Mum's photos from our first voyage, a Westbound transatlantic. I was 6 years old, nearly 7. Fond memories from just before my Mum's MS started rearing its ugly head.Thomas Hypher
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