30pm, Liverpool Nautical Research Society presents a talk on Liverpool Ship-Owners as Gentlemanly Capitalists, by Catherine Evans, at Merseyside Maritime Museum, Albert Dock, 12-12.
What does LNRS stand for?
LNRS stands for Liverpool Nautical Research Society (est. 1938; Liverpool, UK)
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- Lightwave Networks Research Group (Center for Telecommunications Research, Columbia University)
- Lake Nipigon Region Geoscience Initiative (Ontario, Canada)
- Lake Norman Regional Medical Center (Mooresville, NC)
- Lake Naivasha Riparian Owners' Association (Kenya)
- Laguna Niguel Regional Park (Laguna Niguel, CA)
- Lakeshore Natural Resource Partnership (Sturgeon Bay, WI)
- Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge Policy (Australia)
- Liverpool Neighbourhood Regeneration Programme (UK)
- Lower Niagara River Region Chamber of Commerce (Lewiston, NY)
- Landing Night Recovery System (USAF)
- Local Neighbourhood Renewal Strategy (UK)
- Lymph Node Revealing Solution (cancer detection)
- Lewisite Near Real-Time Monitor
- East Lansing (Amtrak station code; East Lansing, MI)
- L2TP Network Server (terminates L2TP tunnels & provides PPP and network termination)
- Laboratori Nazionali del Sud (Italy)
- Laboratory for Neutron Scattering
- Lancaster, PA, USA - Lancaster (Airport Code)
- Land Navigation System
- Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Georgia)
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Stands include the Anchorage Club, Liverpool Nautical Research Society and Fort Perch Rock Museum
Maritime groups attending include the MN Museum at Fort Perch Rock, HM Coastguard, RNLI, HMS Conway, Friends of the Sea, Master Mariners, Liverpool Nautical Research Society, M/V Wincham Preservation Trust, DAPS Daniel Adamson Preservation Society, and Sefton Sea Cadets.
Mr Brocklebank is indebted to John Shepherd, Esq, esteemed editor of Liverpool Nautical Research Society Bulletin, and others, for alerting him to the foresight of the supreme lyricist WS Gilbert who wrote in The Mikado: ``The threatened cloud has passed away, And brightly dawns the shining day.
Alan McClelland, Liverpool Nautical Research Society
Alan McLelland, of Liverpool Nautical Research Society, wrote that White Star's flagship Majestic (featured as main picture) was actually faster than the rival Cunard's much celebrated Blue Riband holder Mauretania.