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1935 The company's steamer Queen Mary was to be renamed Queen Mary II as the new Cunard Liner would be named Queen Mary<ref>The Times, Apr 11, 1935</ref>
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1935 The company's steamer [[TS Queen Mary|Queen Mary]] was to be renamed Queen Mary II as the new Cunard Liner would be named Queen Mary<ref>The Times, Apr 11, 1935</ref>
  
 
1936 [[David Macbrayne|David MacBrayne]] Ltd and the [[London, Midland and Scottish Railway]] Company purchased the steamers and goodwill of [[Williamson-Buchanan Steamers]] Ltd and of [[Turbine Steamers]] Ltd<ref>The Times, Oct 05, 1935</ref>
 
1936 [[David Macbrayne|David MacBrayne]] Ltd and the [[London, Midland and Scottish Railway]] Company purchased the steamers and goodwill of [[Williamson-Buchanan Steamers]] Ltd and of [[Turbine Steamers]] Ltd<ref>The Times, Oct 05, 1935</ref>

Latest revision as of 10:03, 18 July 2018

1935 The company's steamer Queen Mary was to be renamed Queen Mary II as the new Cunard Liner would be named Queen Mary[1]

1936 David MacBrayne Ltd and the London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company purchased the steamers and goodwill of Williamson-Buchanan Steamers Ltd and of Turbine Steamers Ltd[2]


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  1. The Times, Apr 11, 1935
  2. The Times, Oct 05, 1935