Scotland’s Last Great Artefact

Stephen Gill

In December 1964, the Cunard Line placed its order for the ship that turned out to be the last great transatlantic liner. It was already an anachronistic project–jet aircraft had begun to kill the seagoing passenger trade between Europe and North America in the 1950s–but the keel was laid at Joh…


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