Gábor Molnár

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Beautiful Berengaria ~ Colorized by RMS-OLYMPIC on DeviantArt

Hamburg-Amerikas' ss "Imperator" launched in larger and more luxurious than the "Titanic" - seen here as Cundard Lines "Berengaria"

On 29 October 1932, Normandie was launched in front of 200,000 spectators. Three years later, in 1935, she entered service as the largest and fastest passenger ship afloat and she is still the most powerful steam turbo-electric-propelled passenger ship ever built.

On 29 October Normandie was launched in front of spectators. Three years later, in she entered service as the largest and fastest passenger ship afloat and she is still the most powerful steam turbo-electric-propelled passenger ship ever built.

The launching of the SS Normandie, the only French Line vessel to win the coveted Blue Riband.

The launching of the SS Normandie, the only French Line vessel to win the coveted Blue Riband.

United States Lines - S.S. America - The "Grand Forerunner" to the SS United States!

United States Lines - S. America - The "Grand Forerunner" to the SS United States!

Vehicle cemeteries are where hundreds of cars, ships and other types of machinery are left abandoned and exposed to the elements. Most often, it's cheaper to abandon unused and outdated vehicles than to spend the money to properly dispose of them. For many fascinating reasons, these vehicle graveyards are fairly common sights to see across the globe. Here are some of the most eerie graveyards where no actual human remains will be found.

Adventure Travel - The Sojourner: Abandon Ship - Chittagong Ship Breaking Yards (Bangladesh)

SS Norway (ex SS France), QE2, SS Michelangelo

One unrepeatable sight: 3 of the last true liners built in the History after the world war, before leave the place to the modern "boxes for cruises", all together in new York port. From the upper: France, Queen Elizabeth 2 and Michelangelo.