Old Cunard Pier Photo, 1900, New York, Chelsea Piers NY, Hudson River NY, Wall Decor, Titantic, Lusitania, black white photography, by HistoricalPix
Cunard Pier Photo. The RMS Lusitania left her Cunard Pier 54 in 1915 before being torpedoed by German submarine U-20. The RMS Titanic was destined for the White Star pier 59 when she sank. The superstructure of Pier 54 was demolished in 1991 except for the archway entrance (along with the White Star and Cunard signage).
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