is a model of the first Mauretania 1907 [scrapped 1935] which I seem
to have missed in my haste, and a large brass
plaque with fish motif at the entrance to the
restaurant, which was originally hung on the Mauretania.
port alleyway by the Theatre has 4 watercolours showing life onboard
in the 1940's. On the stbd alleyway hangs an oil painting of Cuba
 by Samuel Walters, and another of a paddle steamer believed to
be Europa .
Lion Pub has displayed a selection of the hundreds of
plaques presented to the QE2 since she came into service in 1969. G
Stairway contains a range
of souvenirs outlining the different eras Queen
Elizabeth & Queen Elizabeth 2 belonged to.
engraved glass panels depicting the North Atlantic Ocean and the
routes sailed, are in the Casino.
Yacht Club Foyer contains a Bust
of Samuel Cunard, which along with the large models of paddle
 & Asia  gives an introduction to the
early history of the Cunard Line.
Commemorative Cup was presented to Samuel Cunard in
1840. It went missing for several years before it turned up in a pawn
shop in Halifax, NS, in the 1960's.
Club itself is themed on the America's Cup. Photographs
& models of yachts that have participated are on display. There
are fully rigged models of "White Crusader" and "Stars
and Stripes". 8 plaques on the fwd bulkhead show the hull forms
of other winners.