20 September 2010

In The Soup


From The Glasgow Herald on this day in 1938:

QUEEN MARY FOG-BOUND
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"LONDON PARTICULAR" IN NEW YORK
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NEW YORK, Monday.

The Queen Mary and other vessels are fog-bound in New York harbour.

In a wireless message the captain of the Queen Mary said the fog was so thick that "you could not see one end of the ship from the other."

In parts of New York the fog is so bad that the traffic is affected, the city resembling London in November. - Reuter.

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