Welcome to the "Queen Mary"
Enthusiasts' Web Page!

Picture of Queen Mary Liner

The Queen Mary is an enormous ocean liner, much bigger than the QE2 or the Titanic. She used to be owned and operated by Cunard but is now retired and permanently moored at Long Beach, California, USA.

This page first appeared Oct 7 1995. 

The page was updated for the last time on February 21, 2000.

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This page is a tribute to the now defunct enthusiasts' club "Queen Mary Foundation", dissolved because of a lawsuit in Feb 2000. The page is preserved as a tribute to that organization, which tried for 10 years to get a better deal for the Queen Mary. 

This page will not be updated in future, but is preserved "pretty much as it was" when the lawsuit shut it down by removing its domain name. So many people have requested it be put back on the net that I have finally given in. 

I encourage you to visit the ship today if you can and their official website is www.queenmary.com

Julian Hill - sterling@rmplc.co.uk


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   Morse Code sent from The Queen Mary in 1967 

One of the last morse code messages sent by the Queen Mary in 1967. Listen to it and read a transcript of it here.

The strike of 1955 which delayed the Queen Mary leaving Southampton - an account kindly sent in by Peter West.


The Queen Mary Mailing List

Have your say at last - The Queen Mary mailing list (discussion group). Join the debate about the ship's future. It's free!


The Turbine Tribune

The Turbine Tribune - Diane Rush's Editorial Page.


Articles

Reference Material


Queen Mary Picture Tour

Here you can see pictures of the Queen Mary the way she is now, in her 61st year since starting her service between Southampton and New York, and her 30th year since arriving in California..