SS La Lorraine Archival Collection
La Lorraine (1899) French Line
Built by Cie. Gen. Transatlántica, Penhoet, St. Nazaire, France. Tonnage: 11,146. Dimensions: 563' x 60' (580' o.l.). Twin-screw, 21 knots. Triple expansion engines. Two masts and two funnels. Launched: September 20, 1899. Maiden voyage: Havre-New York, August 11, 1900. Passengers: 446 first, 116 second, 552 third. War Service: Served as armed merchant cruiser in First World War, under name Lorraine II. Post War Service: In 1919 was put back in service under her original name. Fate: Broken up for scrap at St. Nazaire, 1923. Sister ship: La Savoie.
- Steamship Line: CGT French Line
- Class of Passengers: Cabin
- Date of Departure: 9 June 1904
- Route: New York to Le Havre
- Commander: Captain Alix
Vintage Farewell Dinner Bill of Fare from 26 April 1907 on board the S.S La Lorraine of the CGT French Line featured Roast Fillet of Beef, Vol-au-vent Toulousaine, and Nougat Monté for dessert.