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RMS Caronia ocean liner pastel

Very nice pastel painting illustrating the transatlantic ship RMS Caronia built by John Brown & Company in Clydebank in 1904. The RMS Caronia was a transatlantic steam liner of the Cunard Line. She was launched in 1904 and scrapped in 1932. During World War I, she was first an armed merchant cruiser (AMC) and then a troop ship. Interesting fact: On April 14, 1912, Caronia transmitted the first ice warning at 09:00 to the RMS Titanic, reporting “bergs, growlers and field ice.”

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