A nostalgic look into a bygone era of luxury on the seas, with previously unpublished images of the dock in action
New York Harbor is where the grandest, fastest, and most celebrated luxury liners gather and have gathered since the 19th century. With Luxury Liner Row, and being one of the largest natural harbors in the world, this is certainly a special place for all those that consider themselves shipping enthusiasts. Here Andrew Britton uses his unrivaled collection of ephemera, photographs, and illustrations to present New York Harbor as it has never been seen before. See into a bygone age when this was the busiest ocean liner port in the world and Manhattan saw the arrival of such greats as "Olympic," "Ile de France," "Liberte," and the Cunard Queens.