The Hamburg America Line built a large ocean liner terminal at Cuxhaven in 1900. Connected directly to Hamburg by a dedicated railway line and station, it served as the major departure point for German and European emigrants until 1969 when ocean liner travel ceased. The ornate assembly hall and associated buildings survived wartime damage and peacetime demolition to be restored in 1998 for use as a museum and cruise ship terminal.
- Year 1892: 26-05-1892: Cuxhaven to Port of Southampton and London.
- Year 1892: 23-07-1892: Leaving London for Berchtesgaden (over the Port of Cuxhaven?)
- Year 1908: Arriving from America: 1908 Eastbound 23-04-1908 until 02-05-1908 S.S. Kaiserin Auguste Victoria
- Year 1908: Leaving for America: 1908 Westbound 11-11-1908 until 21-11-1908 S.S. Amerika
1910. City of Cuxhaven.