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Members of the Forum have "Bought the QE2"358 viewsAfter all the donations have been counted--we have all "Bought the QE2"--and here is a picture of it.!!
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307 viewsCunarder Man
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Found her..........306 viewsCunarder Man
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259 viewsQE2forever
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Late Night Duties 256 viewsCunarder Man
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I JUST HAD TO GIVE HER A HUG...235 viewsAFTER 20 YEARS OF WONDERFUL VOYAGES ON QE2, ON MY FINAL TRIP, I JUST HAD TO GIVE HER A HUG TO SAY A BIG THANK YOU :-)cameroa
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Giving QE2 a good shake211 views1 commentsRob Lightbody
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Holding QE2 in my hand203 views1 commentsRob Lightbody
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QE2 (and before that, Queen Mary) Tele Tape Perforator No. 45203 viewsChris Frame
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Kissing QE2 goodbye!190 viewsRob Lightbody
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Sydney 21 February 2007187 views
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QE2 (and before that, Queen Mary) Tele Tape Perforator No. 45166 viewsChris Frame
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Touching QE2's most pointy bit164 viewsRob Lightbody
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QE2 booklover.155 viewsfrazscot
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AFTERNOON TEA -YUMMY!139 viewsTaken in Greenock on 5 October 2008 when we were on board for the day as VIP visitors!George C Griffiths
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1974 - Having fun on the Aft Deck58 viewsMaureen, Mike & MaggieMaureen Kragten-Munsch
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When band members relax56 viewsJeremy Oliver
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Fun on the Aft Deck - 197442 viewsMaureen, Mike & MaggieMaureen Kragten-Munsch
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The Ghost ship31 viewscunardqueen
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Bell's !20 views"Bell's" ! that was the call for help as the Bell boy's flitted about the restaurants and public areas when hailed by a more senior member of staff. We were there to do the running for all and sundry. One of our task's was helping passengers with the bags as they boarded. It could often be quite lucrative, tips wise, so we would dash up, down and around the ships passengers areas to make hay while the sun shone. Here delivering flowers. 1971.David Risley
 
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