The New York piers in the 1950s 01 Work of Art, Marine Paintings — With Footnotes, #145

The New York piers in the 1950s

The Manhattan Cruise Terminal, formerly known as the New York Passenger Ship Terminal or Port Authority Passenger Ship Terminal (and also known as Luxury Liner Row or New York Cruise Terminal) is a terminal for ocean-going passenger ships in Hell’s Kitchen, Manhattan, New York City. More on The New York piers

The New York piers in the 1950s. From the botton to the top one can see the Independence (1951), the SS America (1940), the SS United States (1952), the TSS Olympia (1953), the air craft carrier USS Intrepid (1943), the RMS Mauretania (1938) and, entering the port, the RMS Queen Elizabeth (1940).

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