A high quality print of the 'Calgarian' - Allan Line New Steamers, with protective overlay, no need for glass in a black wooden frame.
Built in 1913 at Glasgow by Fairfield Shipbuilding & Eng. Co. Ltd.
The quadruple-screw turbine mail and passenger steamer Calgarian, was at the time of launching the largest and fastest vessel so far built for the Canadian trade. She was constructed for the Allan Line's main service between Liverpool, Quebec, and Montreal in summer, and Halifax and St. John in winter. The order for the hull and machinery was placed with the Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Limited, Govan, Glasgow. The vessel was built to meet the requirements of the British Corporation Registry of Shipping, B. S.* class, also to Board of Trade and Canadian emigration rules.
Print measures 77cm x 58cm.