a-deck

  1. J

    Was the enclosed A-deck included into the Titanic's Gross Tonnage?

    We all know that the Titanic had gross tonnage of 1,004 more than the Olympic had, as built. As we also know that gross tonnage (GT) only includes the enclosed spaces of a ship. So the question is, what spaces did the Titanic have enclosed that the Olympic had not to count for in the raised GT...
  2. R

    First class A deck forward cabin corridors concealed behind doors

    Here is my first ever post...after ten years of reading these wonderful forums! My question is: from the deck plans, if we look at the very first two corridors of the forward first class cabins on A deck (both port and starboard directly after the baized doors entrances), they are concealed...
  3. pdxtitanic

    Question on Andrew's Cabin

    Friends: I understand that Thomas Andrews was in cabin A-36. I know there was a door that led to the hallway, which was close to the first class smoking room. What I don't know is this: was there a door to the promenade deck from his cabin? How big were the windows that looked out on the...
  4. G

    Enclosed "A" deck promenade

    When the Titanic's A deck was enclosed, how exactly did they go about this? Are there any pictures showing it half completed? For example, if i were looking at the Titanic's A Deck enclosed area in detail, would i be able to see the areas 'filled' in with steel. I have made a small (i know...
  5. G

    Verandah and Palm Court

    Smoking Lounge & Verandah/Palm Questions I've always wondered where drinks and/or food came from for passengers in the First Class Smoking Lounge and the Palm Courts. There is a spiral staircase hidden in the Smoking Lounge area that goes down to the kitchen. Did the crew have to go down a...