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The Clyde built Queens, Transport Museum, Glasgow

Its rather sad that all that remains of the great Cunard liners built on the Clyde are memories and some ship yard models. The ships are the Queen Elizatheth I on top, the Queen Mary below and you can just see the bow of the Queen Elizabeth II behind the QM. The QM is at Long beach CA, the QE1 caught fire in Hong Kong harbour (after it had been retired) and was scrapped and the QE2 has just recently been retired to Dubia as a floating Hotel.

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