Seriously Nautical (35 images)

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This is where serious seafaring once took place, the forecastle of the Queen Mary, built in Clydebank, Scotland, and christened on September 26, 1934, which sailed the North Atlantic from 1936 to 1967 for the Cunard Line. The rich and famous passengers weren't up here with the spars and giant anchor chains, and the antiaircraft gun from the forties, when the ship was an Allied troop transport. This area was off-limits, but it's where the good stuff was – and now it sits in the sun in...
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