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Shipping Wonders of the World

List of Illustrations

This page provides a complete list of the main illustrations in Shipping Wonders of the World.

There are separate lists for the colour plates and the photogravure supplements. Links are provided to take you to these illustrations.

There is a separate page listing for the ships illustrated throughout this part work.

RMS "Empress of Britain"

List of Photogravure Supplements

The “America’s Cup”

Famous Ships

A Gallery of Native Craft

German Shipping

The Glory is Departed

Greyhounds of the Fleet

Icebergs - The North Atlantic Ice Patrol

In the Dominions

The Last Days of Sail

Lighthouses - Signposts of the Sea

Mariehamn’s Grain Fleet

The Marine Engineer

The Mississippi

Motion of the Ship at Sea

New York - Key to a Continent

RMS “Orion”

The Port of Liverpool

The Port of London

The Ports of Hull and Grimsby

RMS “Queen Mary”

RMS “Queen Mary”

 The Romance of Vancouver

 Sailing Ships and Tugs  

Scotland’s Premier Shipping Centre

  The Shipbreaking Industry   

Sydney’s Magnificent Harbour

The United States Navy  

List of Colour Plates

The “Ariel”

The Breaksea Lightship in the Bristol Channel

Broached-To in Heavy Seas

The Corinth Canal

Distinctions of Rank in the Mercantile Marine

Distinctions of Rank in the Royal Navy

The “Empress of Britain”

Engraving of the RMS “Queen Mary”

The Figurehead of the “Cutty Sark”

Flags and Their Meanings

The French Liner “Normandie”

 Going Aloft (on board the “Archibald Russell”)

Historic Flags and Funnels

HMS “Hood”

The “Joseph Conrad”

The “Mauretania”

Medals for Acts of Bravery

The “Monarch of Bermuda”

Night Signals by Lights and Flares

“Oil on Troubled Water”

Prelude to Adventure (The Terra Nova entering the pack ice)

The “Queen Mary”

The Record-Breaker “Lightning”

The “Sovereign of the Seas”

Spritsail Barges on the River Thames

RMMV “Stirling Castle”

The Stormy Seas of the Atlantic Ocean

Taking in the Crossjack

HMS “Victory”

The "Monarch of Bermuda"