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    Default Olympic and tugs

    Simpler is better, except when complicated looks really cool.

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    Default Re: Olympic and tugs

    Companion ship to Titanic and Britannic, before retrofit of additional lifeboats, higher bulkheads, etc, following the Titanic sinking. I think that is arrival in New York Harbor on her maiden voyage, 21 June 1911.
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    Default Re: Olympic and tugs

    Lusitania in the background.
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    Default Re: Olympic and tugs

    Those large liners were beautiful, in particular the Olympic class (Titanic was one of them as mentioned above, with Britannic). New "liners" not even close to nice looking and cruise ships are hideous.
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