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The Dominion Monarch (1938) in the King George V Dock.

The Dominion Monarch (1938) in the King George V Dock.
The Dominion Monarch (1938) in the King George V Dock.
© National Maritime Museum, London
Repro ID: N33982
Description: Preparing for her maiden voyage, Shaw, Savill & Albion Co's magnificent 'Dominion Monarch' (1938) is moored at the King George V Dock in February 1939. At 27,155 GRT she was the largest regular user of the Royal Docks and was one of the world's biggest liners, carrying 500 First-Class passengers between London and Australasia.
Creator: Unknown
Date: February 1939
Credit line: National Maritime Museum, London
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