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Always a Queen: The QE2s loyal subjects wax nostalgic

Post  PG Anja on Mon Sep 06, 2010 10:46 am

Read it here

http://www.cruiseman.com/qe2retire.htm
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Re: Always a Queen: The QE2s loyal subjects wax nostalgic

Post  Brian_O on Tue Sep 07, 2010 4:01 am

Thanks for posting this item. I enjoyed reading it, especially the quotes from Maureen Ryan who I always enjoyed talking to.

I also had a big chuckle when I read about Capt Robin Woodall's mischievous habit of setiing off the alarms of the cars on the pier whenever QE2 was leaving New York. Smile
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