Between 1873 and 1935 the Red Star Line shipping company transported almost three million people from Antwerp to America and Canada. The buildings of the Red Star Line, still exist (although in very bad shape). They are located in Antwerp near the Scheldt (river), from where the ships set off on the transatlantic voyage. It remains a place of remembrance, a "lieu de mémoire" for the millions of emigrants who set out for a new life in the States via Antwerp.

In 2010 the foundations of the new Red Star Line museum have started.

The museum opened to the public on 28/9/2013.

This website has been built in memory of all emigrants who left to the 'new world from Antwerp.It has the aim to provide a considerable amount of data concerning the ships and the company itself.It's not connected to the Red Star Line Museum in any way. Should you want information about the Red Star Line museum (RSL museum) of Antwerp please click on this link