A QE2 regular writes:

"We kept hearing passengers whispering about what they would like to remove from QE2 for safekeeping and to preserve the ownership of the memorabilia in the UK.

I saw several folk with screwdrivers and noticed one of those cheap plastic QE2 logo clocks hanging off by an elevator one day, we wondered if it was just falling off or whether someone was trying to take it into private ownership.

There isn't really much which is a good souvenir, even the milkjugs or teaspoons are not marked QE2.

And anything bigger, like the original paintings are quite big (also it is definitely nicking)."

Oh, dear!

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