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LANGUISHING AT EAST INDIA HARBOUR, GREENOCK
Above : Queen Mary about to leave Greenock for London. Photo by kind courtesy of Kenneth Whyte.
Above : Departure under the cover of impending darkness
AT KING GEORGE V DOCK LONDON AFTER BEING SOLD TO TESRIGHT LTD
Above : A view kindly supplied by John Jones
Above : Another view from John Jones
Above : John Jones also photographed QM with Bournemouth Queen (later Queen of Scots, Rochester Queen) alongside
Above : Queen Mary's wheelhouse as it remained during her period of lay-up in London. Many thanks to Kenneth Whyte for this photo.
GETTING READY FOR A NEW ROLE
Queen Mary was sold to Bass-Charrington (Toby Restaurants Division) in 1987 as a long-awaited replacement for PS Caledonia which was lost to fire in 1980 and for the other Clyde turbine steamer King George V, the original choice to replace her, until she succumbed to fire during her refit at Cardiff.
Above : Before she arrived at London .............
Queen Mary was fitted out at Chatham.
Photo by Chris Allen taken on 24th July 1988
Displayed on this site by Mr Allen's kind publication on the geograph website under the Creative Commons 2.0 Licence : http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/