Atlantic Transport Line

United Kingdom/USA

Sailings April-October 1905 (issued April 22, 1905)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Mesaba
Minnehaha
Minnetonka
Minneapolis
London, New York

American Line/Atlantic Transport Line/Leyland Line
Red Star Line/White Star Line/White Star-Dominion Line
(International Mercantile Marine Co. - IMM)
Sailings April-November 1924 (issued March 19, 1924)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
American Line:
Mongolia
Minnekahda
New York, Plymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg.
Return voyages: Hamburg, New York.
(One return voyage by Minnekahda in Aug: Hamburg, Southampton, Cherbourg, New York.)
Atlantic Transport Line:
Minnetonka
Minnewaska
London, New York
Leyland Line:
Devonian
Winifredian
Liverpool, Boston
Red Star Line:
Belgenland
Lapland
Antwerp, Southampton, Cherbourg, Halifax (mid-June to Oct only), New York.
Return voyages: New York, Plymouth, Cherbourg, Antwerp.
Zeeland Antwerp, Southampton, Cherbourg, Halifax, New York.
Return voyages: New York, Plymouth, Cherbourg, Antwerp.
White Star Line:
Majestic
Olympic
Homeric
Southampton, Cherbourg, New York
Adriatic
Baltic
Cedric
Celtic
Liverpool, Queenstown, New York
Pittsburgh
Canopic
Hamburg, Southampton, Cherbourg, Halifax, New York.
Halifax omitted on return voyages.
Haverford Liverpool, Glasgow, Boston (one voyage in May only), Philadelphia.
Return voyages: Philadelphia, Queenstown, Liverpool
Arabic Genoa, Naples, Gibraltar, Azores, Boston.
(One round voyage only June/July.)
White Star-Dominion Line:
Megantic
Canada
Liverpool, Glasgow, Quebec, Montreal.
Glasgow omitted on return voyages.
Regina
Doric
Liverpool, Belfast, Quebec, Montreal.
(One voyage by Regina in Sep: Liverpool, Quebec, Montreal + one in Oct: Liverpool, Glasgow, Belfast, Quebec, Montreal.)
(One voyage by Doric in June: Liverpool, Glasgow, Belfast, Quebec, Montreal + one voyage in Nov: Liverpool, Quebec, Montreal.)

Belfast omitted on return voyages.
Vedic 1) Liverpool, Boston. (Three voyages June-Sep.)

2) Liverpool, Glasgow, Quebec, Montreal. (One voyage in May.)

(No return voyages listed.)

Regina
Doric
Canada
Portland, Halifax, Queenstown (Doric only), Liverpool.
(One voyage each in April only - no outward voyages listed.)
Panama Pacific Line:
Manchuria
Kroonland
Finland
San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York.
(No return voyages listed.)

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Sailings August 1924-March 1925 (issued October 1924)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Minnewaska
Minnetonka
London, Cherbourg, New York

White Star Line/Red Star Line/Leyland Line/Atlantic Transport Line
Sailings July-December 1926 (issued July 1926) for:
Majestic, Homeric, Doric, Megantic, Regina (White Star Line);
Belgenland, Lapland, Pennland (Red Star Line);
Devonian, Winifredian (Leyland Line);
Minnekahda (Atlantic Transport Line)

Ports of call:
London, Boulogne, Southampton, Cherbourg;
Liverpool, Boston;
Liverpool, Belfast, Glasgow, Cobh, Quebec, Montreal

White Star Line/Red Star Line/Atlantic Transport Line/Leyland Line
(International Mercantile Marine Co. - IMM)
Sailings October 1929-September 1930 (issued October 1929) for:
Majestic, Olympic, Homeric, Britannic, Adriatic, Baltic, Cedric,
Albertic, Doric, Laurentic, Arabic, Calgaric, Megantic
(White Star Line);
Belgenland, Lapland, Westernland, Pennland (Red Star Line);
Minnetonka, Minnewaska, Minnekahda (Atlantic Transport Line)

Ports of call:
New York, Halifax, Cobh (Queenstown), Plymouth, Cherbourg,
Southampton, Le Havre, Boulogne, London, Antwerp;
New York, Cobh, Belfast, Glasgow, Liverpool;
Montreal, Quebec, Cobh, Glasgow, Belfast, Liverpool
(No sailings of Leyland Line included.)

Sailings January-December 1931 (issued January 1931)
Vessel(s) Ports of call
Minnekahda London, Boulogne, New York.
Return voyages: New York, Plymouth, Boulogne, London.

Sailings October 1931-January 1933 (issued October 15, 1931) for:
Minnewaska, Minnetonka

Ports of call:
New York, Cherbourg, Boulogne, London

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See the archives section for more brochures of Atlantic Transport Line.

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See also White Star Line

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Atlantic Transport Line fleet information, history etc. on the following website:

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Great Ships website shows postcards of many old liners and also has brief histories.
See the Index of Ships page. (See "Atlantic Transport Line" section.)

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Jonathan Kinghorn's The Atlantic Transport Line, 1881-1936 website details the history of the line with many photos of its liners.

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You may use my images on another website.
Then please credit them as being from the collection of Björn Larsson,
and preferably provide a link to my Introduction page.
Thank you!

This page last updated April 30, 2011.