Built for Cunard Line, the RMS Aquitania serviced Southampton- New York. She was commissioned in World War I as an auxiliary cruiser and then as a troopship, carrying over 30,000 troops in a three month period. She also served as a troopship in World War II, making her the only Cunard ship to serve in both world wars. When not at war, she resumed her transatlantic services. In the end, she logged over 3 million miles and 1.2 million passengers in her lifetime. This painting shows this four funnel liner approaching New York in 1924. This Cunard Liner was completed in 1914 and lasted until 1951.