The Reading and Writing room on the A-deck of Olympic. The windows of this room were 11 feet high. The bright band at the top of the windows is the portion of the room that arises above the level of the boat deck. Photo: Father Frank Browne

The Reading and Writing room on the A-deck of Olympic. The windows of this room were 11 feet high. The bright band at the top of the windows is the portion of the room that arises above the level of the boat deck.

Cafeteria onboard the Titanic

The cafeteria on the Titanic. I'm sure, at the Titanic museum, it is told that the only photo of a child on board is the famous "deck game" photo with the captain.

Third Class Cabin. Third Class on Titanic was far more luxurious than on other liners of the day. As on other ships of the day, single men and single women were segregated with single males housed in toward the bow while single women were further aft with the families travelling steerage. Among the revolutionary accommodations, third class berths could be booked with bunks for 2, 4, 6, or 8 persons. Most previous ships stuffed all third class passengers into large dormitories for the…

Passengers of the RMS Titanic - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A typical third class cabin.

1st Class Double Empire Cabin

Sorry for the delay on photos as soon as this week is over I will be back to posting as normal.

Titanic pictures

Titanic pictures What would the world be like if RMS Titanic hadn& sunk

Mrs. Widener, who lost her husband and son on Titanic, erected the Widener Memorial Library in honor of son at Harvard University #Harvard #Titanic

Widener, who lost her husband and son on Titanic, erected the Widener Memorial Library in honor of son at Harvard University

Passengers enjoy socializing in The Social Hall on the S.S. Leviathan of the United States Lines circa 1923. Like all the other rooms of the Leviathan this one has decorations for both winter and summer. The summer curtains will be of the hand-blocked linen with bouquets taken from a famous Van Hueysen flower painting. There is also a magnificent lacquered screen, especially painted by Robert W. Chandler. The carpets were especially woven and copied from some of the most famous Persian rugs.

Passengers enjoy socializing in The Social Hall on the S. Leviathan of the United States Lines circa

The Cardeza Family  Suite on Titanic. starboard side of B deck, next to Funnel No. 2. The two " Millionaire suites" were probably the most luxurious accommodations on any liner.

The Cardeza Family Suite on the starboard side of B deck, next to Funnel No. 2 on the RMS Titanic. The two "Millionaire suites" were probably the most luxurious accommodations on any liner.

Hilda Mary Slayter knew nothing about Titanic until she boarded the tender that took her to the huge ship...“I didn’t know anything about her size, maiden voyage, etc,” she confided to her diary...

Courtesy of Alan Hustak Hilda Mary Slayter the daughter of a prominent Halifax doctor, knew nothing about Titanic until she boarded the tender that took her to the huge ship anchored off shore in Queenstown harbor.

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