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    Default 1901 film footage Cunard ship Luciana.

    Could be one of the earliest films ever seen of Liverpool.
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    its really a good old movie jim .....i can tell its old i saw brian and JS weshing doon .......lol cappy

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    Default Re: 1901 film footage Cunard ship Luciana.

    Cappy was that Brian with the apron on in charge of the hose.The lifeboats certainly looked hard work taking them down to the promenade deck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Brady View Post
    Cappy was that Brian with the apron on in charge of the hose.The lifeboats certainly looked hard work taking them down to the promenade deck.
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    ###dont think it was an apron it looked a bit girlie .....but then it was a big ship lol cappy

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    Default Re: 1901 film footage Cunard ship Luciana.

    If you look very carefully in the background there is something in a corner that looks very much like a wooden leg. Is this where Mary got hers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    If you look very carefully in the background there is something in a corner that looks very much like a wooden leg. Is this where Mary got hers?
    no mary had a 3some with two of the crew no names no packdrill ........but we all know now who stole her leg and didnt pay .....lol..cappy

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    Default Re: 1901 film footage Cunard ship Luciana.

    Quote Originally Posted by happy daze john in oz View Post
    If you look very carefully in the background there is something in a corner that looks very much like a wooden leg. Is this where Mary got hers?
    Interesting, thanks for sharing!

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    Default Re: 1901 film footage Cunard ship Luciana.

    Brilliant Jim, As short as it was, Just a point of interest it is still not known for certain which flag the Titanic flew on her maiden voyage to New York. { The Blue } or :The Red Duster } It was never documented or filmed and as Commodore of the Fleet, Capt Smith plus the seaman who hoisted it took the info to there grave. For those that have never seen my pride and joy, This was my last voyage 4 years in the making could i build it again not with these mince pies. Terry
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