April 1968 Volume I, No XVIII The Glory that was Olympic – SPECIAL ISSUE
When Olympic was launched there was no slip large enough to build her in or did Southampton or new york have proper harbor facilities for a ship her size.
Contents in this Issue
Diagram of Harland & Wolff’s new slips No 2 & 3 for Olympic and Titanic.
Photographs from the [Harland & Wolff] of ships in gantry, fitting out, launch.
Coming of Olympic by Frederick A. Talbot, a ship that has caused shipyards and piers to be enlarged and harbours to be dredged.
World’s Largest Ship in Biggest Drydock.
Articles by Bob Gibbons, Walter Lord, Ed Kamuda, Wilton Oldham and Roy Anderson.
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