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We DON'T hold passenger lists, but records of passengers travelling to and from the UK between 1890-1960 were recorded by the Government. Use our research guides to access passenger lists online.
Our guides are designed to help you find useful links online and further your research in the P&O Archives at the National Maritime Museum and other sources.
If you are looking for a ship, search our online database of nearly 2,500 ships and buy photos online.
Our FAQS will help answer your questions
Our collections number over 25,000 items - register here to keep up to date with additions to our galleries/website
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P&O and its subsidiary companies have employed thousandsof crew and shore staff across the world.
P&O ships have carried many millions of passengers,emigrants and tourists since our foundation in 1837.
Our Passenger and Crew research guides will point you in the right direction and help you on your way.
We DON'T hold passenger lists, but records of passengers travelling to and from the UK between 1890-1960 were recorded by the Government. Explore our research guides to access passenger lists online.
Crew agreements were made with the ship's owners and subsequently filed with Registrar General of Shipping and Seamen - see our research guides
P&O acquired many shipping lines worldwide - find out more about some of them in our Company Histories.
Search our archive of nearly 2,500 ship fact sheets.
Guide to ships fact sheets
We have a unique collection of over 25,000 items. Browse our galleries and exhibitions online.
The P&O story began more than 170 years ago. Find out more in our History section.
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