Today’s World Autism Awareness Day! I’m posting this in honor of my son, Jake. Wear something blue today. Have a great day,everyone!
I’m wearing my puzzle pieces!!
Queen Mary and Aquitania, 1936.
Liners and Cows - 1939 In the Patuxent River off Chesapeake Bay, four ex-German liners are laid up from left to right Monticello (former Kaiser Wilhelm II / USS Agamemnon ID-3004), USAT Mount Vernon, (Ex Kronprinzessin Cecilie) USAT America (former Amerika / USS America ID-3006) and USAT George Washington (former George Washington / USS George Washington ID-3018 / USS Catlin AP-19)
Queen Mary’ arriving off the Isle of Wight surrounded by smaller tugs and ships as she enters King George V Graving Dock. ‘Majestic’ at dockside…sadly Magi…
April 23rd 1938- The official transfer of the passenger liner, the SS Nieuw Amsterdam to the Holland America Line- Her nickname was Darling of the Dutch- Foo…
"The Titanic itself lies in 13,000 feet of water, on a gently sloping, alpine-like countryside overlooking a small canyon below. Its bow faces north and the ship sits upright on the bottom. . . . There is no light at this depth. . . . It is quiet and peaceful and a fitting place for the remains of this greatest of sea tragedies to rest. May it forever remain that way and may God bless these found souls.” Robert Ballard