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Paddens illustration of Olympic.
This image is dated April 1923.
Book post from 1911.
At sea in the 1920s.
This image has Olympic departing Southampton July 1928
New York during the 1920s.
Southampton early 1930s.
Pre war at berth 44, not the special double gangways to the left. These accommodated high and low tides.
Southampton water summer 1911 by FGO Stewart.
Leaving Berth 44 bow out like Titanic.
A blade from one of her wing props down for inspection on the dry dock floor in the 1920s.
Olympic compared to various buildings.
A Stewart Bale photograph of Olympic on her salute to Liverpool May 31st 1911.
Taken from the roof of her New York pier in 1913.
Taken from the top of her fourth funnel also in 1913.
Kronprinzessin Cecilie with her funnels painted in a desperate attempt to disguise her as Olympic in Bar Harbor Maine at the outbreak of war in 1914.
At Halifax during the war, note the gun on her deck.
A Hoffman photograph from the mid 1920s.
The Empress of Britain entering dry-dock in1935 with Olympic in the background. Two generations of British shipping. From the collection of Mike Choi
A close-up of Olympic from the above image. Her funnels and promenade deck have rain shields. She would be off to the scrappers shortly.
A night shot of Olympic.
A early 1920s color cutaway.
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